Blog - Phil-osophy on Landscape Photography

Phil-osophical thoughts, tutorials and tips on landscape photography. Also reviews of equipment for photographers

Using Neutral Density Graduated filters in Landscape Photography

Neutral Density Graduated filters remain, for many situations, as being the best way to balance the contrast range within a scene for landscape photographs. This video blog demonstrates their use in action
27/06/2016 - 17:43 | Read More

The Aune Identity

The River Aune is a delightful river with a wild, old-world atmosphere for much of it's journey through Dartmoor National Park.
14/06/2016 - 12:31 | Read More

The best camera you have...

Forgetting to take your best camera on a journey doesn't necessarily mean giving up on the idea of making a few photographs
04/03/2016 - 09:48 | Read More

Welcome to The Edge

Edges, edges, edges... an discussion on landscape photography and the edges of things. Published in Issue 109 of the ever brilliant On Landscape magazine.
29/02/2016 - 13:19 | Read More

The Salty

The Salty is a vast sand and gravel bank in the Teign estuary, encrusted with a wealth of mussels and cockles. Offering a plethora of vistas and abstractions to enjoy
12/02/2016 - 14:49 | Read More


Exploration of the fringes of the areas we begin to become aquainted with can lead us to find intriguing new elements of the landscape. One such jaunt in the woods below Mel Tor opened my eyes to such wonders
08/01/2016 - 19:07 | Read More

Into the Landscape

Time spent in the landscapes beyond our urbanian dwellings can be such an enriching and rewarding experience, much as I enjoy photography, there is more to making photographs than pointing the camera at something pretty and clicking the button
04/01/2016 - 16:59 | Read More

Landscape photographs of 2015

Reflective thoughts on my favourite landscape photographs of 2015
01/01/2016 - 19:09 | Read More

Wonwell Sands

Wonwell Sands is a rugged estuarine beach on the mouth of the Erme Estuary, within the South Devon AONB. A pleasant place to walk along at low tide and rich in geology
01/01/2016 - 15:59 | Read More


Sometimes it takes a while for a photograph to appeal in one's mind and to feel its worth showing to others
19/12/2015 - 23:57 | Read More