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Landscape Photographer UK

About Me

I’m Edward and I live in Bristol in the south west of England. In many ways, I am glad to be an amateur photographer. Without economic constraints, I have had the freedom to experiment. As much as the end result, I enjoy the process of photography – and where it takes me. I have always shot whatever was in front of me. While living abroad I took travel photos and when I was in bigger cities, I tried my hand at street. In the last few years nature photography and especially landscape photography and landscape astrophotography have been my focus.

This landscape photography work has been featured in the Sun, the Telegraph, the Mirror, the Mail Online and on the BBC and I have transferred those  skills to worked doing videography for companies such as World Nomads and Glide.

My portfolio contains the work I am most proud of, but I have made a larger body of work available to buy on the prints page. If something on social media takes your fancy or if you want a larger print than is available in the shop, email me – edward@allist.one

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Landscape and astrophotography | Bristol and Somerset in the UK and worldwide | Photography blog

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The Motorway to Pen y Fan

Last week I had the pleasure of walking up Pen y Fan with a couple of fellow Bristol photographers. Oddly, although over the last year I have explored the Brecons a fair amount, this was the first time I have summited Pen y Fan. I think a mountain looks better from lower down than from the top, but last week’s expedition changed my mind.

Scared of Direct Light?

Early after first picking up a camera, photographers learn to recognise of good light. As landscape photographers we wake up early and stay out past sunset in search of the perfect golden hour light. I used to return to locations again and again to understand how the light interacts with my subject. This was good training. It taught me anticipation and adaptation. However, more

Contrast is Relative

I used to think that for a image to have strong contrast, the histogram needs to looks like this: That is, good portions of pixels must inhabit both the black and the white zones. But images like this have changed my mind: Here the blacks are dark (solid black, in fact) but the brightest portions of this image – the white of his eye

How Much Should You Edit Your Photos?

Debate about how much you should edit your photos can get heated. This conversation is common within the photography community, but I have found the aversion to overediting is perhaps even stronger from those who do not take photos on any serious level. I can sympathise with both sides of the argument. Photography seems – on the surface a realist’s medium, so you can

Quitting Social Media

A landscape photographer’s perspective on Instagram and your art and business I love social media and – out of all the time sinks out there – Instagram is my favourite. In my early days of taking photos, IG was where I got feedback. Through comments and likes I could see how my photography was going and, as I have evolved as a photographer and

Using Notion as a Photography Planner

Preamble I’m 34 years old and I’m just starting a vlog. Restarting a vlog, I should say. I did a couple of travel style vlogs back in 2017 and then life happened. My wife and I moved back to the UK and various projects have distracted us for the last four years. During this time, we got married, bought a house, I joined my

Landscape Photographer UK

About Me

I’m Edward and I live in Bristol in the south west of England. In many ways, I am glad to be an amateur photographer. Without economic constraints, I have had the freedom to experiment. As much as the end result, I enjoy the process of photography – and where it takes me. I have always shot whatever was in front of me. While living abroad I took travel photos and when I was in bigger cities, I tried my hand at street. In the last few years nature photography and especially landscape photography and landscape astrophotography have been my focus.

This landscape photography work has been featured in the Sun, the Telegraph, the Mirror, the Mail Online and on the BBC and I have transferred those  skills to worked doing videography for companies such as World Nomads and Glide.

My portfolio contains the work I am most proud of, but I have made a larger body of work available to buy on the prints page. If something on social media takes your fancy or if you want a larger print than is available in the shop, email me – edward@allist.one

Fine Art Photography Prints

Landscape and astrophotography | Bristol and Somerset in the UK and worldwide | Photography blog

Portfolio

Latest Thinking

The Motorway to Pen y Fan

Last week I had the pleasure of walking up Pen y Fan with a couple of fellow Bristol photographers. Oddly, although over the last year I have explored the Brecons a fair amount, this was the first time I have summited Pen y Fan. I think a mountain looks better from lower down than from the top, but last week’s expedition changed my mind. As I say, this was the first time

Scared of Direct Light?

Early after first picking up a camera, photographers learn to recognise of good light. As landscape photographers we wake up early and stay out past sunset in search of the perfect golden hour light. I used to return to locations again and again to understand how the light interacts with my subject. This was good training. It taught me anticipation and adaptation. However, more and more. I like it when the light

Contrast is Relative

I used to think that for a image to have strong contrast, the histogram needs to looks like this: That is, good portions of pixels must inhabit both the black and the white zones. But images like this have changed my mind: Here the blacks are dark (solid black, in fact) but the brightest portions of this image – the white of his eye – is only at about 70% brightness. In

How Much Should You Edit Your Photos?

Debate about how much you should edit your photos can get heated. This conversation is common within the photography community, but I have found the aversion to overediting is perhaps even stronger from those who do not take photos on any serious level. I can sympathise with both sides of the argument. Photography seems – on the surface a realist’s medium, so you can feel betrayed when you find out a photograph

About Me

I’m Edward and I live in Bristol in the south west of England. In many ways, I am glad to be an amateur photographer. Without economic constraints, I have had the freedom to experiment. As much as the end result, I enjoy the process of photography – and where it takes me. I have always shot whatever was in front of me. While living abroad I took travel photos and when I was in bigger cities, I tried my hand at street. In the last few years nature photography and especially landscape photography and landscape astrophotography have been my focus.

This landscape photography work has been featured in the Sun, the Telegraph, the Mirror, the Mail Online and on the BBC and I have transferred those  skills to worked doing videography for companies such as World Nomads and Glide.

My portfolio contains the work I am most proud of, but I have made a larger body of work available to buy on the prints page. If something on social media takes your fancy or if you want a larger print than is available in the shop, email me – edward@allist.one

Landscape Photographer UK