Category Archives: Musings

Just me rambling on about art, creativity and all things photographic. This is a new addition to my website and hopefully it will build into a collection of thoughts, stories, inspirations, an area for my personal work, a resource for other photographers and just a place where you can get a feel for my philosophy on photography.

A Figure in the Landscape

In painting, particularly those showing huge expansive landscape vistas, there’s a tendency for the viewer not to settle on any one particular part of the image, instead the viewer is encouraged to explore the whole of the work. A good example of this in photography is Ernst Haas’ famous street scene entitled “Route 66, Albuquerque“. There’s so many elements […]

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Reflections

I love this shot of two flower girls at the wedding of Tina and Paul who got married at St Nicholas Church in Henley, Warwickshire. I love to capture reflections in my photography as I feel they engage the viewer much more than the actual scene they represent. When you look at a photograph, you are […]

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