Graduated with Honours Degree in Art & Design;Started life as a Layout artist Worked for Add Agency/ Printers Ended up Running one of the North of Englands Largest Studios as a Art Director with a team of Photographers shooting all over the world .Set up my own Studios.
Bought some land spent time farming and traveling
Built small studio in my barn / stables where I work a few months a year spend most of my time now on interesting photographic projects or out in the fields or traveling with my partner Jan and my trusty Canons in search of images
Work on the land
CANON EOS 20D
CANON EOS 1 V
CANON EOS1 Ds II
CANON EOS1 Ds lll
CANON 15 Fisheye 1 : 2.8 EF
CANON 16 - 35 1 : 2.8 L Ultrasonic
CANON 28 - 70 1 : 2.8 L Ultrasonic
CANON 70 - 200 1 : 2.8 L Ultrasonic
CANON 300 1 : 2.8 L IS II USM
CANON100 MACRO 1 : 2.8EF USM
CANON X2 Converter
CANON 100 1:2.8 Macro
CANON 580EX II Speedlight
MAMIYA RZ67Pro ll with Filmback
MAMIYA RZ67Pro ll with Imacon Flexframe Digital back
MAMIYA 50 110 180 Lens,s
BOWEN X4,1500 /X2 1000 /X2 500 MONOBLOCKS
P.S. David, I just viewed your portfolio on this site and am truly impressed with the consistent quality of your images...beautiful work, very professional quality! Thank you for sharing, and inspiring, those of us to appreciate good photography and aspire to do ever better work.
David, I know what you mean when you say that it can be very worthwhile to rise early for those very special shots in low, morning light. I've been at Yellowstone in late September (2009) and found stunning image opportunities. The same was true at the Tetons. This image of yours is truly a remarkable "capture" as they say here on MSS. Again, congratulations on having it chosen as one of the featured shots!
"Congratulations of POTD, David. Excellent photo and very interesting write-up. Photography is such an brilliant medium for us all to learn about the world around us, and a good commentary enhances that no end. Brilliant!"