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New Feature

In Focus

People quite often ask questions about my images; "where is that?", "how did you get that effect?", "why black & white?", those kind of things.

So, to answer some of these questions, I've just added 'In Focus' where I talk through the back story of some of my images. These might be personal favourite images, or particularly challenging shoots, but I hope they're all an interesting read!

I've added a few already, but lots more to come.

To see the feature, use the link in the menu, or click here >>

One-on-One Landscape Photography Workshops

One-on-One Workshops

Need help with your landscape photography? Want to get the best out of your camera?

One-on-One Workshops are available and can be customised to your requirements to maximise your landscape image making.

For more details, or to book a Workshop, click here.

Latest images

La Rocque

La Rocque (asp100-7218c)

La Rocque, Jersey, shot just before the sun crept over the horizon.

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Ebb (asp100-4952)

The sun sets over the ebbing tide at Hengistbury Head.

Thankfully, the rain held off!

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Green Island

Green Island (asp100-7235)

Green Island, Jersey, a family favourite spot to visit - had some good times here!

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A Moment Of Colour

A Moment Of Colour

On a very grey and drab sunrise outing in the New Forest, I was finally treated to a minute or two of colour.

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St Catherines

St Catherines (asp100-5951)

St. Catherines pier, Jersey, just before dawn. Don't be fooled by the serene view you see, it was blowing a hoolie!

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Soon Be Harvest

Soon Be Harvest

This barn is normally seen from a particular view, and it's quite easy to say why when you visit the location. I set myself a challenge to come up with a completely new view - and I think I did it!

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