Winter sunshine – Dorset photographer

A little sunshine to brighten up a gloomy Winter’s day – although thankfully we’ve been spared the snow! This was a glorious sunrise at Keyhaven in Hampshire, taken from Hurst Spit (for the technically minded it was shot on Fuji Velvia 50 with a Mamiya RZ67II and a 50mm lens). If I remember correctly, the mozzies were very hungry that morning and I got bitten to pieces – but that’s one of the challenges of shooting landscapes (along with never knowing whether you’re actually going to get a decent images because of the weather!).

Sunrise at Keyhaven, from Hurst Castle

Although my business is wedding and portrait photography I still enjoy shooting landscapes, although I have to admit that the (very) early starts have become less appealing as I’ve got older!


Dorset wedding and portrait photographer

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