Working The Landscape

Working a location isn’t just about what you do on any given day. It’s about returning at different times of the day, different seasons and under different weather conditions. Mark Hamblin has the story

For me shooting a landscape is very rarely about capturing a single image. Perhaps that’s because I am not that good at deciding what will make the best photograph! I’d like to think that good landscape images evolve from a process of first acquainting yourself with a location and then exploring the options. I usually do this in stages, finding that one picture can often lead to another as I start to look more closely at the landscape. The ‘obvious’ picture may not necessarily…

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Mark Hamblin

Mark Hamblin is a freelance nature photographer with a primary focus on Scotland’s wildlife and wild places. His recent work has been on collaborative projects that include Tooth & Claw and Wild Wonders of Europe. He is also working on the 2020VISION project.

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