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Landscape and Outdoor Photography

Brian Northmore Landscape and Outdoor PhotographerWelcome to my photography page. I want you to enjoy finding out about my photography, likes, methods and philosophies on getting the very best out of our Art.

I am predominantly a outdoor and landscape photographer. I specialize in the UK landscape and the diversity it has to offer. I also enjoy other subjects and feature a selection of aviation, sailing, power boating, and visual art photographs on this site.

I have over 25 years experience behind the camera lens, leaning over the Darkroom enlarger and now sat at the computer monitor. I have during my photographic journey used and printed from Monochrome and Colour Film, Photoshop 4 through to CS6. I currently use Cannon cameras with Sigma optics and Mac computers, but have in the past used Nikon and Windows based systems. Through my workshops I have been lucky enough to experience using Fuji, Sony, Minolta and many more camera systems.

I enjoy capturing what the subject means to me; this does not have to be a true graphic representation of the landscape, but does have to convey the “right feel”. I want to share this vision through my images and blog posts, and social networks.

Do you want help with your landscape or outdoor photography?
I also want to pass on my knowledge through Workshops, guides and interacting with the global photographic community. So feel free to contact me join in ask questions and share.

Do you want to purchase or use one of my photographs?
If you are a photography, art collector, interior designer or want a photograph for yourself or as a gift my photographs are available to purchase.


Latest Updates

Moorland, Woodland & Waterfalls - Workshop on Dartmoor

00245bn Date: November 12th 2016

Description: We will meet near Norsworthy Bridge at Burrator Reservoir, and walk up onto the moor following a woodland path alongside the leat. Passing through the woods will give you the opoutunity to practice woodland shots, and low light photography. For beginers we will talk about and demonstrate good camera technique under low light conditions so your don't get those blurred images! Before reaching Blacktor we will cross some open moorland and eventualy drop down to the blacktor falls, before returning to our start point where you can bring everything you have learnt into use and photograph the Norsworthy Bridge.

The Workshop is adaptable and suitable for all levels of photography, starting with those who have not yet turned the camera on! This walk takes place on some fairly rugged terrain so good waterproof footware is essential, preferably walking boots. We wil be out for most of the day, so a rucksac is a better option than a traditional camera bag as you will need to carry food, drink and waterproofs. You will need a tripod for this workshop, but I have one possible two that I can loan out. ND Filters would be usefull but not essential.

Workshops are priced at £75.00 per person, with special discounted rates for group bookings (contact me for more information) I can tailor workshops to your specific needs so if you want or need something else please contact me with your enquiry.

Please contact me for more information

 Westbay Shades Of Dawn

00344bn LRG

Regardless of what pursuit you take part in, its easy to find yourself stuck in a rut. Doing the same thing, getting good results, but after a while it starts to seem a bit boring, and lacking in challenge. This is true of photography, and a situation I faced last year. This year my objective has been to challenge this. I have tried new subjects, with these photographs I have tried new techniques.

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Landscape Photography Workshop - October 2016

00314bn LRGDate: Sunday October 9th

Location: Dartmoor National Park. Deparing from Meldon reservoir and heading onto the open moor at Red-a-Ven Brook (see photo), before walking to Black-a-Tor Copse and the West Okement River. We will then return by following the river to Back to Meldon reservoir.

Description: This workshop is aimed at all levels of photography, but to ensure that you get plenty of practice and oppourutunity to learn new skills places are limited to a mximum of 3 people. During the day we will start at what ever level you need to complimient and improve your photography. The very basics are covered to get the complete novice shooting in full manual. Saying goodbye to programme mode and making decsiiosn for your self. For those with more experience we will expand on the basics and start to question our decsisions and consider the finer point of achieving the best possible digital file from which to work. Discussing composition, style and artistic intent. Small group workshops are a great way to discuss our passion with like minded individuals, and I look forward very much to sharing my knowledge and experience with you.

Individual Places are available at £75.00 per person, if you with to make a group booking then discounts are available. To find out more, book a place, or ask about other dates workshops and 1 to 1 tuition then:

Sleeklens Landscape Adventure Collection Review

Workflow is a concept that is being discussed regularly on the web. It sounds complicated and restricted to the realm of the professional photographer. But it's not a mythical beast to be slain by only the mostly skilled photoshop assassin. The term workflow simply represents the way you work. It starts in the camera and ends with the final output, there is no right or wrong. Sleek ens are suppliers of Photoshop and Lightroom actions which when combined together can be built into your workflow. So Why?

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I have been involved in digital imaging for nearly 20 years, starting with photoshop 4 and progressing to CS6 which I currently use. And through time not only has Photoshop become more complicated with countless functions and filters, the world of both professional and hobbyist photographers is now heavily (by choice) dominated by social media and sharing images. The result is we are becoming slaves to the VDU, and online sharing culture. Having a well developed workflow simplifies the creation of photographic work, and speeds it up at the same time producing consistent high quality results.

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