Nick is Landscape and Architecture Photographer based in Sheffield


Welcome to my website, here you will find showcase of my photography work and you will find a selection of photographic images capturing the beauty of the natural landscape from many areas of the British Isles. I am currently based on the edge of the Peak District in Sheffield which gives me great access to the Peak National Park. I also regularly travel to photograph other areas of the UK and have built up a portfolio of photos from the Lake District, Warwickshire, Northumberland, Cornwall, Yorkshire and most recently from numerous trips to the Scottish Highlands. The Gallery is broken down into categories and also has a section for my 12 Latest Uploads.

Photographic Prints and Canvases are available to purchase either through the Gallery pages or through my dedicated Store. I produce a yearly UK Landscape Calendar and this year will be stocking calendars featuring images from the Peak District, Lake District and the Highlands. Throughout this year I will be updating my Landscape Photography Blog featuring articles from recent photo adventures, updates on events and exhibitions along with handy location guides and technique articles for other landscape photographers. I offer quality stock photography for many areas in the UK through my Alamy stock portfolio, I currently have 1,850 images available all searchable by keyword.

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Waterfall Photography - dealing with exposure and filters to capture waterfalls
17th March 2014
Waterfall photography can be tricky but extremely rewarding once you have learnt the unique way in which waterfalls react to natural light. Waterfalls can and do react very differently to natural light and at different times of the day, they will also appear differently in different areas of the country due to the type of water and the amount of silt, the Lake District normally has crystal clear waters which are falling from the surrounding fells, the Peak District will often have thick brown water full of peat from the surrounding moorland.
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Architecture Photography from around Sheffield City Centre
06th March 2014
Having a rare day off last week I decided to have a good walk around the centre of Sheffield to shoot some of the architecture and have a look for new locations and viewpoints for some upcoming night shoots, the weather on the day was pretty good for photography with some lovely side lighting illuminating the buildings. Here is a collection of some of favourite photographs from the day.
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Are your images Photoshopped?
03rd March 2014
I often get asked whether my photos have been ‘Photoshopped’ or ‘is that real’? This question normally relates to the strong colours in my images and the even lighting, I try to emulate in my photos the same brightness range that the human eye can distinguish rather than the dynamic range that modern cameras are capable of capturing something that isn’t possible without the correct equipment and technique so people simply put this down to the use of Photoshop.
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Tour de France Grand Départ in Yorkshire – Photographs from Route
27th February 2014
The excitement for the visit of the Tour de France is brewing around Sheffield, Holmfirth and around Yorkshire, the second stage of the Grand Départ runs from York to Sheffield and passes through an area which I have photographed extensively during the past few years and I’d like to share some of the landscapes from this beautiful region - here is a group of 10 of my favourite photographs which fall on or very close to the Yorkshire Tour de France stage 2 route.
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Sharpening photographs for display on the web with actions- my workflow
18th February 2014
There is a common debate as to the best way to make sure your images are presented on the web in their best possible form. There are many ways to do this using a variety of editing software, what you need to remember when resizing for the web is that it will always be a compromise in some form - this blog post details my Photoshop work flow which I hope will be useful for others.
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What's in the camera bag?
09th February 2014
Compared with many landscape photographers I use a relatively small collection of camera equipment, aiming to work with a range of lightweight gear that is capable of recording high quality images with a limited kit bag. Here is a short article which I have written for a new photography website aimed at exploring some of the gear that photographers around the world have in their kit bag.
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