Beach Huts at Southwold Suffolk

Taken on a cold, grey day in March 2012, these beach huts provided a pleasant burst of colour to lift the dullness of the English springtime on the coast. This image has been built from 3 separate exposures and processed with Photomatix and finished with Photoshop CS5. It was taken with a Nikon D90 fitted […]

Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

“Kedleston Hall, designed by the famous architect Robert Adam, was built for Sir Nathaniel Curzon in 1765 as a house to rival Chatsworth. Intended as ‘a temple of the arts’ and as the location for grand entertainments, the main house was never meant to be a family home, but a canvas on which to showcase […]

Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Cornwall

The Minack Theatre is a truly magical place, an open air auditorium carved out of a cliff top on the beautiful south coast of England. I managed to capture it without people thanks to the fact that a performance was impending and theatre staff cleared the place with the exception of me. This a a […]

Treasurer’s House York

The name “Treasurer’s House” relates to the building that first stood on the site, which was built for the medieval Treasurers of York Minster. The first Treasurer was appointed in 1091 AD. This particular image was taken on 18th May 2010 and is a 3 exposure, HDR transformation. It was taken with a Nikon D90 […]

The Adam Bridge at Kedleston Hall Derbyshire

The three-arched Adam Bridge at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire was designed by Robert Adam in 1759, but only built in 1770-1. My image of the bridge was created on 4th June 2011 from 3 separate exposures, combined to bring out the fine detail in the stonework. I then decided to ‘paint’ the scene by making multiple […]

Whitby Harbour West

I thought this particular view of the buildings on the west side of the harbour looked very interesting, especially with slight foreshortening courtesy of the zoom lens. The ‘painted’ effect was created in Photoshop using several techniques on top of a 3 shot HDR image. The image was taken on the 21st March 2011 in […]

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