Portfolios
Dartmoor 20 Photography Portfolio

Guides
Dartmoor 20 Photography Walks

Walks
Dartmoor 20 Photography Walks

I have availability in 2018 & 19 for Workshops, Lecture and Competition Judging.

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About The Dartmoor 20 Project.

Welcome to my Dartmoor 20 Project. This idea was born around 2010. With simple plan to create a portfolio of my 20 favourite Monochrome Dartmoor Photographs. I was looking for a local subject that I could return to time and a again, that was close to home. I have strong connections with the National Park, and now continue the project living within it's boudaries. The Dartmoor 20 Poject has exapnded way beyond it's original boundaries. I now not only mantain the portfolio, you will find location guides and walks that may be of interest to photographers and visitors. I also run Photography workshops for all levels within the National Park, but are especialy suited to beginers who want to learn the what and why and how of controling your camera. I regularly lecture at local camera clubs and local groups, my Dartmoor Photography always features in these talks. Enjoy the images and information. I am always pleased to here from visitors so please contact me if you have any questions.


Disclaimer
The Author and Photographer does not accept any liability for loss, damage or injury resulting from the use of this website. The descriptions and maps are designed to be an aide to finding good photographic locations in the Dartmoor National Park and should not be use as the sole method of navigation. Take care on Dartmoor, the weather can change fast, the landscape is often featureless and difficult to navigate. Ensure you carry an Ordinance Survey Map and compass at all times and that you can use them. Wear good supportive footwear ideally walking boots and always carry waterproofs drinks and snacks.