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Brian Northmore Landscape and Outdoor Photographer

Photography has added so much value to my life. It's taken me to new places, introduced me to new experiences and people. And through it, I developed a deep appreciation of our outdoor spaces, National Parks, countryside and coast.

I want to share the Landscape photography process with you. Pressing the shutter button is a tiny part of it. If you or you know someone who would like to learn photography, a workshop is a great place to start. You can join me as a complete beginner to learn how to master your camera.

Like many of you I have made friends and learned new skills being involved with the amazing global photographic community online, and through camera clubs in the UK. It's a privilege to be accepted into your clubs to share experiences, view, and critique your work.

A Fine Art Photographic Print is more than a picture. It is an interpretation of the natural world that surrounds us. A Dialogue between the photographer and the landscape, a conversation that you become part of when you own the piece. A Limited Edition Fine Art Print is a private conversation limited to a few select individuals.

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It Wasn’t The Beginning. It was the beginning of the End

Brian Northmore Photography River Photograph

January 2021 did not deliver on the promise we had created in our subconscious. We should not have been surprised, nothing was guaranteed, the thoughts of suddenly flipping to normality on the stroke of midnight were constructed in our own minds. And normality has so many different connotations. For me, and I probably speak for many landscape photographers that meant the right to roam the open spaces with a camera, tripod, wherever and whenever. And although a solitary pastime for many landscape photographers, we had to watch with dismay as joggers ran by in the park but walking on your own the purpose to take photographs miles from anyone else was frowned upon and not a reasonable reason to leave home. I'm not going to politicise landscape photography so back to the subject at hand.

Each and every one of us has the right to choose. What to do in any situation, so as a photographer and content creator it was an opportunity. I have spent  lot of time reflecting and looking at my photography and what I had learnt over the last 12 months. The biggest change has not been in my photography but my reason for being a photography. The reason was always there but I had never stopped and really thought about it. I had asked myself at a very low level why I take photographs, but never searched for a deeper meaning. I go into what I found on a few Videos so if you have not watched them check out my YouTube Channel. This year I will continue to explore the meaning behind my photography

So January wasn't the beginning we had hoped for. But it was the beginning of the end of restrictions, the beginning of vaccinations, and for me the beginning of a deeper connection with the landscape through my photography.

I have wanted to explore a new landscape for a long time. And hopefully, now we can all look towards being able to do that.

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