That Tree

Sycamore Gap

Whilst exploring the wilds of the North East of England with the family I was able to make a quick evening foray to an iconic location for fans of Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. Nestled by Roman walls and ruins this resplendent tree stands alone looking out over the rugged landscape. Even knowing it’s there, […]

Photobomber Strikes

Photobomber at St Nectan's Glen

All I need is 10 seconds! I’ve pre-researched my composition, the neutral density filter is screwed on and I’ve even already got the camera on the tripod. Once I’ve patiently waited my turn it will take me 2 seconds to place the tripod, let’s be generous and say 2 seconds to focus, then I just […]

Star Trails in StarStax

Star Trail in StarStax Banner Image

I have a lasting memory of being sent into the garden as a lad, with my dad’s prized Rolleiflex 35mm SLR, and told to point it at the north star (Polaris) and keep the shutter open for an hour or so. Whether my father just wanted some quiet time, or thought it might inspire the […]

Cornwall’s Top 5 Photography Destinations

Cornwalls Top 5 Photography Destinations

Cornwall is amazing photographically. There is something for everyone with different geologies, rugged coastlines, wooded valleys and rough moors. We often get asked where are the best places to start. What would be Cornwall’s top 5 photography destinations? Just five?! Crikey that’s tough… ok here goes. Godrevy Lighthouse – SW580 430 Not far from Hayle, […]

How to Edit Your Photos

how to edit photos

Getting into a groove of having a digital darkroom workflow that works for you frees up time to take more photos. In many ways can improve your ability to get a better shot ‘in-camera’. There is nothing more inhibiting to getting out and building your photographic repertoire, than the dread of spending hours in front […]