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This Year’s Photography So Far

     As we’re nearly a third of the way through the year, I like to think back on my photography this year so far. I’m pleased with my photography opportunities that have arisen both in terms of landscape and wildlife photography.         My first trip to the Fort William area of Scotland was fantastic. I’m very pleased with the landscape photographs I took up there and even had some sunshine which I think

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Venice Carnival Photography Course 2018

Photography course in Venice Had an absolutely brilliant time running my 2018 Venice Carnival photography course. I had six photographers with me and they were really good company. Lots of photography and lots of laughs during the whole trip.    Venice on the whole seems to be quite reliable weather-wise during carnival time and this year was no exception. We had a couple of hours of rain during the whole course which isn’t too bad

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Photography in the Scottish Highlands

Photography in the Scottish Highlands. I had a fantastic few days in Scotland last week. The main reason for traveling up north was to attend a winter mountain skills course.  I intend to shoot a lot more in the mountains especially in the winter so I thought it would be a good idea to be safe whilst doing so.     Before the course started I had three days for photography. Having never been further

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Seal Photography Week in Norfolk

Seal Photography courses on the Norfolk Coast I had a fantastic time last week running a series of seal photography courses in Norfolk.       The weather was good all week. We had sunshine, some cloud; which is fine because soft light can work well, especially when photographing the seal pups and stormy conditions briefly.  I love the big stormy skies and  the big waves you get on the Norfolk coast.  There were so many

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Photographing your local patch

Photographing your local patch. I was talking to a good friend the other day who also happens to be a photographer, about how you can run out of photographic subjects close to home. I’ve been photographing Essex for over 30 years now and I was basically saying that if I wanted to create good landscape photography I always needed to travel a bit. I was complaining really, I suppose. Anyway the very next day the

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