Here, you will find some links to web sites of photographers that inspire me and to places of interest that I visit fairly regularly. If you have any comments or questions then please contact me using the 'Contact' form above.


My Flickeflu

Try this one stop shop to see all my images that have been posted to my Flickr account. They may take a few moments to load but it's well worth it as the image quality is better than that on the main flickr boards. They also appear on a black background that complements each image in my opinion. You can take the opportunity to comment on any given shot if you so wish.
Paul Forgham Photography

It'll certainly be worth your while in taking a look at Paul's web-site, which contains some very inspirational work. He is a good friend and a gentleman with it. His work oozes quality and attention to detail, which will bring you through a journey of land and seascape images that are among the very best. His portfolio does not end there by any means, take a look at his architectural and travel works too, which showcase his talents to their full.
Don Tiffney Photography

Don's website details more than just a stunning collection of fine art and landscape photography, it offers an insight into both digital and film mediums that are portrayed at their finest quality. Don offers both print sales and commissioned work and has a client base that backs his award winning and internationally published work.
Isle oF Man Landscape Photography

IOM LP is the work of Colin Russell, that brings the beauty of his home land to all of us by the way of images that are renowned for their natural tones and superb composition. His travels have included every corner of the IOM and beyond to the mainland UK, where you can see for yourself the emotions that Colin portrays in his landscape photography. You will also find an excellent portfolio of images capturing the excitement of the IOM TT Races from 2007 to present. Well worth a visit.
Peter Spencer's Photography on Flickeflu

This link will take you to Peter's Flickeflu page, which showcases his images in all their glory.
His photography has been an inspiration to me and his wide portfolio includes much of the UK's south west coast, where I live. His images of Norway are beyond reproach and awe-inspiring!
You can also link to his flickr page from there, so take a look and enjoy!
Magic Cloth Technique

I've mentioned that a couple of my shots were taken using the ''Magic Cloth'' technique, namely 'More Magic With Added Ghost Appeal' and 'Magic At The Fleet Nature Reserve'.
This was developed by Tony Prower and he explains all in this tutorial link on his web-site. Have a go, you've nothing to lose and the cost is zero. I've only recently discovered tony's wonderful website and the MC Technique, so I've tried it just a couple of times so far. However, I plan to use it more and more and hopefully as practice makes perfect, It'll become a regular technique that I can use to capture my images. You never know, I may even dedicate a gallery to them............ one day!!
TAV - Landscape Photographer of The Year

The Take A View (TAV) Landscape Photographer Of The Year (LPOTY) web site details this prestigious competition.

The LPOTY competition was founded in 2007 by world renowned landscape photographer Charlie Waite and is possibly the biggest event of its kind in the UK, attracting thousands of entries from professional and amateur photographers from all around the world.

The exhibition of winning entries for 2011 will open at the National Theatre in London on 5th December 2011 & will run until 28th January 2012.

I have been successful on both occasions that I've entered the competition having my images commended and published in both the book and at the London National Theatre. The first time was in 2008 and again this year. Collection 5 (2011) of the book is available from Amazon, my image is featured on P.88 and on P.200 in Collection 02 (2008)

I plan to enter again next year if I have any images that I think may we good enough. Go on, have a go, you never know...... good luck!

Take a look around 500px for some quality and inspirational photography.
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