Blog - Phil-osophy on Landscape Photography

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

North Devon Coastal Photography day

A recent trip with friends to photograph the fascinating coastal geology of North Devon, was a delightful opportunity
01/05/2014 - 12:42 | Read More

Opportunity knocks

Transient light and no time to stop to photograph from the hillside... lateral thinking offered a chance to make an abstract landscape image
23/04/2014 - 12:06 | Read More

Arc

Simplistic landscape compositions sometimes strike when we are in tune with nature
09/04/2014 - 12:27 | Read More

East Head

East Head, a delightful sand & shingle spit on the eastern edge of The Solent in Sussex - with plenty of opportunities for landscape and nature photography.
02/04/2014 - 20:06 | Read More

Deconstrucing a photograph

What makes a landscape photograph work? Reflecting on our work may inform our future choices and learning.
22/03/2014 - 03:43 | Read More

The Silent Discourse

The Silent Discourse of landscape photography, what are we trying to say in our photographic explorations?
13/03/2014 - 16:03 | Read More

Flow in landscape photography

Flow in landscape photographs gives the opportunity to create a sense of 3-dimensionality to the 2-D plane of a photograph and to invite a journey into the depths of a scene.
07/03/2014 - 12:10 | Read More

Gariz XS-FS2 Floating Wrist Strap - Review

Gariz XS-FS2 Floating Wrist Strap is designed for comfortable photography in the water. Its excellent buoyancy means that it floats onto the surface of the water so that you can easily discover the camera in case of losing it due to the high visibility
05/03/2014 - 12:33 | Read More

Thurlestone Rock

An unusual view exists at the far end of South Milton Sands, in the South Devon A.O.N.B. There is a fascinating geological oddity of a ‘keyhole’ in a fin of slate rock - giving a clear view through it to the archway of Thurlestone Rock....
20/02/2014 - 16:24 | Read More

The Edge of Darkness

The coming of night is an opportunity to photograph a transition zone, the brief border of day and night (this also applies to the pre-dawn light too, but in reverse order). It can be an enchanting experience to make photos in this fleeting time.
29/01/2014 - 16:43 | Read More