The panoramic format is one I’m drawn to regularly. The way it draws the eyes across the image provides an almost cinematic experience. The way it brings impact to skyscapes. The way it helps me deal with sparse landscapes and street scenes.
For sure there are compositional challenges, and not all of them come off successfully. But I feel the risk is worth taking for those times when it does pay off.
Northern Italy is one of my favourite places to visit. Food, wine, culture, and some great photographic opportunities.
Several years ago as we were building our new house, I was taken by the idea of recording some of the materials we used or found on the site.
Over the years trees have featured prominently in the photographs I take. Here’s some of my favourites.
As we started walking round the grounds at Gosford House in East Lothian the light started to turn grey, Could we find any contrast worth talking about in the trees?
Images of Manchester’s buildings, old and new.
Dream-like pictures from the Cammo Estate on the outskirts of Edinburgh
Art@Ancrum is a very special arts and crafts event in the Scottish Borders. Sadly the virus got the better of Art@Ancrum this year but having a website means I can still at least do an online exhibition stand.
Manchester, like all cities, has its share of graffiti. Here’s a sample.