Posted by: Admin | September 15, 2010

LIfe through a Lens

I normally make images of people, but I couldn’t resist the opportunity to go out with Padstow-based landscape photographer and friend, Lindsay Philp on a windy morning last week. If you’re thinking of visiting Cornwall next year and would like to learn how to get the most out of your holiday photographs, contact Lindsay here to find out about her on-location tutorials. No need to be shy – Lindsay won’t scoff if you don’t know your F-stops from your D-cups, she’ll simply point you in the right direction.

Here’s a few of my first tripod-anchored shots on the beautiful Constantine Bay.



  1. Jo these are beautiful pictures, I feel a new project coming on!!! ……………………..

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