It has been 3 months since I left my old job to become a full-time landscape photographer. As we move into winter it is a great opportunity to look back and to reflect on the progress that I have made so far.
After nearly a month when it seemed like nothing I tried worked out my confidence has been pretty low. This week I decided to play to my strengths right when the Lake District is looking her best.
The story behind my decision to leave my job in IT and try to follow my dream of becoming a professional landscape photographer.
My aim for 2019 is to improve my photography. In this article I discuss the 3 New Year’s resolution that I have made in order to help me achieve my goal.
Taking the time to review our images is essential in order to improve as a photographer. I look back at 5 of my favourite shots of 2018 with a critical eye for areas where each of them could be improved.
Last year I started to produce a calendar featuring my best images from the past year to give to family and friends as a present at Christmas. Here are the 12 images that I have selected for my 2019 calendar.
I am currently going through a stressful time at work. In this article I discuss how landscape photography helps me to deal with stress.
When you start on YouTube it is easy to use subscribers as a measure of success. But I learned quickly that when it comes to subscribers quality wins over quantity every time!