30 years of being a professional photographer means up to 30% off prints!

Later this year I will be celebrating my 50th birthday and also my 30th year of being a photographer! Starting out in Selfridges in 1982 was a fantastic way to start my career and was a real baptism of fire. Madly busy from day one as a runner, while at the same time being trained […]

Bedoin Storm

Phase One infra red photography – my photos on Drew Gardner blog post

New (short) blog post by Drew Gardner on Phase One infra red photography, something I specialise in, including some sample test shots I made with my converted P21+ back. Looking forward to using it this summer!

DLR Tunnel

DLR – Canary Wharf iPhone shots

Took some shots on the DLR today, which you can see here in my ‘latest‘ section I was just experimenting with slow shutter speeds (yes it is possible on the iPhone, using the ‘Slow Shutter Cam’ app) and trying to emphasise the grungey look of the wet weather. I have only posted a couple on my […]

Crummock Water

Green Chain Captured Workshops

I will be leading a free photographic workshop this year for the Green Chain in association with Elixir Gallery, on the 14th and 15th February. Information below, and PDF download here! Need some advice on what makes a really great nature photograph? There will be three FREE photographic workshops led by professional photographers on walks […]

Canary Wharf View I

Canary Wharf View

I took this photo earlier this summer while on a walk in Greenwich Park. It was taken with my infra red converted camera. I just loved the contrast between the trees and the buildings, like the trees were encroaching on Canary Wharf . I never realised how many trees there were until I looked at […]

Whitstable Pier

Whitstable training day

Had a great day teaching on Saturday in Whitstable, Kent with a customer of mine, Luis. Managed to pack loads into the day and got some great feedback. Here is a shot I took from the end of the pier. It was taken on my P25+ using a 10 stop neutral density filter, therefore slowing […]

Wastwater III

Planning, dedication and waiting – do all these and you’ll also get lucky!

Planning and waiting are a big part of my photography, so I’d like to share with you this story about Sam Abell, ex-Assistant Director of Photography at National Geographic, who talks in this film about how it took him one year to make a single image. An inspirational story of dedication, planning and good luck! […]

Northern Lights V

Photos nominated for the Black and White Spider Awards!

Note to self…Always check your spam folder! I randomly checked my spam folder today only to see a couple of photos of mine had made the finals of the Black and White Spider Awards! From Sotheby’s to the Tate in London the online exhibition has been selected by the most respected names in photography. The collection […]

Saltwick Bay

You shouldn’t let anonymous online critics dictate how you photograph

Great post from Michael Zhang at PetaPixel. You shouldn’t let anonymous online critics dictate how you photograph! Great advice worth repeating here..! See this link for the rest of the story and accompanying photo. Back in 2006, Flickr user André Rabelo submitted to the group pool of DeleteMe!, a group whose members vote on photos to weed out any photos […]