Category Archives: Landscape Photography

Calling all Trekkies: the story continues…

Once again I’m pleased to report a successful Photo Trek at Buscot Park.  It was last weekend and we had a “full house”.  These photographic training events are great fun, and Buscot Park is a perfect venue for them.  The group was terrific, with a wide range of photographic experience, and equipment ranging from a digital […]

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30-minute challenge: Part 2

A few weeks ago, I set myself a little challenge.  It was to take as many creative images as I could in just 30 minutes.  As I said before, I restricted myself to a fixed focal length/prime lens, that was still very versatile; a Sigma 50mm f2.8 EX macro.  I’ve already posted the first set of images from that creative half-hour, and […]

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The Shadows, but no Cliff!

This post is about shadows, but first here’s a question which follows on from my last blog post:  Just how simple can an image be, and still tell a story?  Here’s an example…  This ball was at Rhossili on the Gower Peninsular.  At first glance it’s just a ball on the ground, but if you look more closely […]

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Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside!

Now that Summer’s officially here (hooray!) it’s really tempting to go off to the seaside with your camera.  After all, anywhere where there’s a boundary, such as the sea and the land, gives interesting images.  I prefer the coast to the seaside (there’s a difference), and love the light you get off the water. Here the […]

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