Photos

Prints for Sale

Some of my Cornish landscapes are now available to buy online.

The prints will be made by The Print Space (one of London’s top photography print houses) on Fuji Crystal Archive C-Type photographic paper with a semi-matt finish. The paper gives a true photographic look with subtle colour.

Please contact me directly if you want to discuss other sizes, finishes or framing options.

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Panoramas

Showery Tor

Showery Tor

This panoramic photo of the granite outcrop and ring cairn at Showery Tor was taken at 2.15pm on 5th May 2012. It was made from six individual images which were then ‘stitched’ together. The photograph covers a horizontal field of view of approximately 190°. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 12-24mm lens at 12mm.

Brown Willy can be seen at the left and Rough Tor to the right of the granite outcrop.

Moonrise over Padstow Bay

Moonrise over Padstow Bay

This panoramic photo of Moonrise over Padstow Bay was taken from the cliffs at New Polzeath at 7.15pm on 4th October 2014 just after sunset. It was made from seven individual images which were then ‘stitched’ together. The photograph covers a horizontal field of view of approximately 285°. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 12-24mm lens at 12mm.

Stepper Point can be seen on the horizon at the left of the setting sun and Newland Rock and Pentire Point on the right. The lights have just come on in the streets and houses of Trebetherick. A man can be seen fishing from the beach.

Padstow Bay and Stepper Point at Sunset

Padstow Bay and Stepper Point at Sunset

This panoramic photo of Padstow Bay was taken from the cliffs just below the Greenaway at Trebetherick at 6.15pm on 20th September 2009 at sunset. It was made from six individual images which were then ‘stitched’ together. The photograph covers a horizontal field of view of approximately 250°. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 12-24mm lens at 12mm.

Stepper Point can be seen on the horizon at the left of the setting sun and Newland Rock and Pentire Point on the right. The sun can be seen glinting on the windows of the houses at New Polzeath.

Golitha Falls

Golitha Falls

This panoramic photo of Golitha Falls was taken at 4.45pm on 16th September 2009 about an hour before sunset. It was made from six individual images which were then ‘stitched’ together. The photograph covers a horizontal field of view of approximately 305°. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 10.5mm fisheye lens. The exposure time was ½ second.

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Triptychs

Rocks and Sand, Constantine Bay

Rocks and Sand, Constantine Bay

This triptych of Rocks and Sand was taken at Constantine Bay at 9.45am on 31st January 2009. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 18-70mm lens at about 35mm.

Rocks and Seaweed at Rock

Rocks and Seaweed at Rock

This triptych of Seaweed on Rocks was taken at Rock beach at 6.00pm on 5th May 2013. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 18-70mm lens at about 55mm.

Rocks, Trebetherick

Rocks, Trebetherick

This triptych of Rocks was taken at Trebetherick at 3.15pm on 2nd October 2011. The camera was a Nikon D300 with a 18-70mm lens at about 35mm.

Rocks, Treyarnon Point

Rocks, Treyarnon Point

This triptych of Rocks was taken at Treyarnon Point at 11.45am on 19th March 2017. The camera was a Nikon D7100 with a 16-85mm lens at 55mm.

Trees, Hellandbridge

Trees, Hellandbridge

This triptych of Trees was taken on the bank of the River Camel at Hellandbridge at 4.40pm on 14th June 2015. The camera was a Nikon D7100 with a 16-85mm lens at 16mm.

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