A Classic - The Mam Tor Gate at sunrise in autumn with a sea of fog in the Hope Valley Below - Mam Tor Photography Location Guide

Mam Tor, above Castleton is a fabulous place to visit, photograph and walk along. Below is a guide to the area including photos, tips on how to capture them and walking directions with possible viewpoints for you to see. All the images below are available to buy as prints. Visit my Peak District Photography gallery … Read more

Seceda Sunset - Italian Dolomites Landscape Photography

One thing that has improved my life for nearly four years is access to mine and my girlfriends (Sarah), VW T5 Campervan. Campervan’s are something that go hand in hand with photography, they allow us to go places on a whim and stay at the foot of photographic viewpoints making logistics so much easier. Many … Read more

Fleetwith Pike Usage 1

Image Theft. Is this something you have ever thought about? Maybe it is something that has affected you personally or maybe it is something you were completely unaware that was a problem. As a working professional landscape photographer, food gets put on my table through my photography and image theft is therefore something I take … Read more

Scarista Salt Flats Snowy Sunset -Isle of Harris Photography

Back in Ferbruary, me and my better half, Sarah went away for a two week trip to the Isle of Harris and Lewis in our VW T5 Campervan for a holiday and of course to do some photography. I first stumbled across photos from Luskentyre about 5 or 6 years ago and knew instantly that … Read more

Russel Burn by Moonlight - Scotland Landscape Photography

Over the Christmas I made my first proper visit to the Torridon area. I made a fleeting visit driving the coastal road last year and watched the sunset over the Isle of Skye from Bealach Na Ba but we carried on to Asssynt after that. It had been a place I had wanted to visit … Read more

Beinn a' Chrulaiste Winter Sunrise - Scotland Landscape Photograp

Beinn a’ Chrulaiste, a mountain I have been trying to capture for a few years now. I originally stumbled on the mountain about 4 years ago or so, I think from a walking routes website. I was looking for good mountains in the area with great views and Beinn a’ Chrulaiste came up as a … Read more

The Boxing Gloves -Kinder Scout - Peak District Photography

In a quest to keep revisiting locations I recently went back up to the Boxing Gloves on Kinder Scout. This amazing formation has weathered over millennia to create a formation that we can now associate something with. If you look closely, you can see the outline of a boxing glove or two. I have probably … Read more

Salt Cellar Sunset - Peak District Photography

Quite a short blog today I think, but I just felt that my recent trip to the Salt Cellar was worth a mention and worth the blog. So a few weeks ago I arranged with Stephen Elliott (another local Peak District photographer) to meet up. I have known Stephen a long time now, probably around … Read more

Rocking Stones and Crow Stones Sunset - Peak District Photograph

The Peak District offers up some of the most accessible hillside viewpoints in the country, getting up high and walking from the car is usually no problem. Of course, this means that on any given day, especially at the weekend, these viewpoints are likely to be busy. I’ve never been afraid of walking to my … Read more

Drakolimni (Dragon Lake) - Greece Photography

Greece. The place of sun, sea and beaches right?! No, not always. Greece is actually a very mountainous country, especially the mainland. A lot of the mountains are typical Mediterranean, bushy and arid with not much in terms of features. However there are some distinctly amazing areas where the mountains differ a lot. One of … Read more