Camping on location also allows me to shoot overnight when conditions favour it.
All too many photographers pack up their gear when the sun goes down. They really should turn to the Dark Side.
Modern cameras are capable of working in light conditions that would have been simply impossible for our forebears and we are now perhaps moving towards a golden age when it comes to working in low light.
I’ve moved about a bit but now I live near the edge of Saddleworth Moor with my partner Debbie and a very old dog called Skadi.
After thirty years of landscape photography I’ve made plenty of mistakes but I’ve also learned a few things on the way. Most important of all... You actually need to be there to get the picture.
Cameras can be bought and techniques taught but unless you are out there to get the ”Image in the Can” they’re really not much use.
This site is all about what it takes to be there.