I try and find the less obvious viewpoints, or find more ambiguous scenes to photograph.
Long exposures, leading lines, simplifying ruthlessly – I’ll deploy all these tactics to get to an image I find interesting.
Well, that’s an easy question to answer isn’t it? Landscape is a picture of natural beauty somewhere in the countryside. Isn’t it? There, done. We’ve put that in its box, move on. But not so fast. That just raises more questions than it answers.
In this article I describe some of the aesthetic decisions I made when processing a raw image file to get to picture of Berwick Pier.
Exploring the potential of panoramas? From wide angle landscapes to more intimate close-ups.
Is it realistic to expect a photographer to concern himself with his viewers expectation about the nature of photography?
It might seem a bit odd starting an article on trees with something that is most certainly not a tree. For me though, it’s a tree in all but name.