Here’s a shot from a recent product shoot for the PaperDry waterproof clipboard produced by Laserware. Shot on a rainy beach in the West Country, with Chris as the model, the PaperDry clipboard is ideal for anyone who needs to write outside in bad weather. An impressive product!
On the beach at Chapel Porth, near St Agnes, Cornwall. A fierce storm had been blowing off the sea, whipping the water into huge chunks of sea foam. In a tiny rook pool I found these iridescent bubbles. I couldn’t resist taking a shot although the wind was so strong that I could barely hold […]
Both these shots were taken during stormy weather in Cornwall, in the south west of England. Wheel Coates is a disused tin mine, with ruins dating back to the late 1800s. The ruin in these shots used to house the engine and pump that kept the main 180m shaft dry.
Shot of a Swiss cow, carefully positioned so the head seems to float in space, To get this effect I had to get low down and use a wide-angle lens close up to the cow’s head.
An overflow from a stream onto a beach in Cornwall. Captured at a very high shetter speed, 1/4,000 second to ‘freeze’ the movement.
The etched surface of a Swiss glacier. The sunshine reflecting off fresh snow gives it an orange hue, whilst old glacial ice is revealed in shades of blue. The incised lines are streams carved into the ice by flowing melt-water