Photographing mist: seeking atmosphere at Stanton Drew Stone Circle

14th October 2022

In search of the right kind of mist, I made several trips to Stanton Drew to capture an atmospheric picture.

Switching from SLR to mirrorless: my opinion of the Nikon Z7ii

4th March 2022

Goodbye Nikon D800e, hello Z7ii. Having made the switch to mirrorless at the end of 2021, I share my reflections on the change.

Recovering corrupted RAW files

30th July 2020

Have you ever encountered a corrupted RAW file? In 15+ years of digital photography I hadn’t, until recently…

Lessons from lockdown

22nd May 2020

Lockdown has forced me to think about what I want from photography. While it’s been limiting it’s also been stimulating.

The Viewcatcher is a small plastic viewfinder.

My favourite low cost photography accessory

9th August 2019

My favourite low-cost photography accessory comes not from the photography world but from painters.

Photographing overcast weather: there is no such thing as bad light

12th July 2019

Many landscape photographers shy away from taking photos on cloudy days. That’s a great shame because taking photos on overcast days can be really rewarding.

Mobile apps for landscape photographers: my top 10

15th February 2019

There are tons of mobile apps for photographers but only some of them are really useful for landscape photography. I use 10 apps regularly and most of them are free so I’ve put together a list to share with you.

The Art of Repetition

22nd September 2018

Some of my pictures are the result of a single outing and others have involved months of effort in planning and making multiple trips. This is the story of one such image, of the Cobb in Lyme Regis.