‘Landscape Photography’ Category

Dronelife…do I really need a licence?

Dronelife…do I really need a licence?

You might have seen a few behind the scenes snaps over the summer on my Instagram of us having fun in the air with the drone. Flying for fun is one thing, but commercial drone flying (valuable consideration) needs to be licensed. So, what the hell does valuable consideration mean? Well after doing a bit of internet trolling, […]

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Tolkien country – from the Shire to Mount Doom

Tolkien country – from the Shire to Mount Doom

I’ve always loved the landscapes conjured up by Tolkien in the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. Not just the undulating,green merriness of Bilbo’s Shire, but also the bleak nastiness of Mordor and Mount Doom. Tolkien’s imagined Shire was Worcestershire (his mother came from Evesham), a green, fertile country of valleys and hills not far […]

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On the trail of the Campbells of Verneukpan and Glencoe

On the trail of the Campbells of Verneukpan and Glencoe

I love shooting landscapes. They’re a challenge. Landscapes are fleeting; an enigma, instant. You need to catch the drama, the light and the mood in a moment because five minutes later everything changes and you’ve lost it. Landscapes can really test your character and ability. You have no control over them. And that’s what I […]

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