Landscape

A Moment in Time – Timelapses from the Lake District

Wastwater from Scafell.

Wastwater from Scafell

I’m extremely proud to present my first ‘full length’ timelapse video featuring landscape photography from the Lake District. ‘A Moment in Time’ features classic and timeless landscape views of Wasdale and Great Langdale from April and July 2013. 

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A weekend in Wasdale – Landscape photography in the Lakes

Beautiful early morning scenery in Cumbria

Beautiful early morning scenery in Cumbria

It’s been quite a long time since I did a blog – unfortunately I’ve just not had much time to myself to dedicate to my personal photography projects and so my blog has suffered. However, I’m about to embark on a week of landscape photography (which I’ll blog about soon) and wanted to catch up with a quick writeup about a recent trip to Wasdale in the Lake District before I set off…

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Bradgate Park – Timelapse at sunrise

Good morning, Leicester.

Good morning, Leicester.

This year I’ve decided to do a photo and video project based in and around Leicestershire, showcasing what the region  has to offer. As part of this, and as the start of this project I headed out to a spot I know well, Bradgate Park near Newtown Linford. Read on to see the results.

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Landscape Photography in Pernera, Cyprus – A well deserved holiday!

Sunrise in Pernera, Cyprus

It’s been a while since I last updated my blog. Personally, things haven’t been fantastic, which is why it was great to recently visit Cyprus and have two weeks in the sun. Naturally though, I wasn’t going to relax all of the time – so I took my camera along with me to see what I could get in the way of landscape photography and seascape photography whilst I was out there. Read on for more photographs!

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Outdoor Photography Magazine – Published Viewpoint!

5 minutes at Chesterton Windmill

Five Minutes at Chesterton Windmill

A couple of months ago I was contacted by the editor of Outdoor Photography magazine following a submission I had made a couple of months earlier. I was delighted to read that they wanted to commission me to write an article to accompany an image from a trip to Chesterton Windmill (which I have previously blogged about on this site) that they had chosen to go into their popular ‘Viewpoints’ section.

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A weekend of Landscape Photography in the Lake District – Castlerigg, Derwentwater, Keswick, Ullswater and Red Squirrels!

Sunset at Castlerigg Hall Campsite

As it has seemed to turn into a bit of a tradition over the past few years, in the middle of April I ventured off for my annual landscape photography trip to Keswick in the Lake District. As last year I was meeting up and camping with a few photographer friends for what would hopefully be a great weekend of landscape photography and socialising. Unfortunately, after a dry spell, the weather forecast wasn’t looking great for the weekend we had chosen. So would it be worthwhile, or just a washout?

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Nick Tsiatinis LSINWP Successful Panel

Still – Derwentwater

Today is a proud day for me as I’ve just been awarded the LSINWP distinction from the SINWP, meaning that my landscape photography has been judged by a respected panel to be “of a professional standard and demonstrates your ability to create images of excellence” and worthy of the Licentiate of The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers.

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An afternoon at Normanton Church, Rutland Water

Normanton Church, Rutland

At Christmas I was asked if I could deliver a photography tuition session as one lady wanted to give her other half a different kind of present. Obviously I was happy to oblige, and gratefully offered my services. A couple of weeks ago I received a phone call to schedule the session, and when the day came I headed off to Normanton Church at Rutland Water to teach a budding photographer the basics of landscape photography.

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Star field photography – return to the Peckleton Tree!

Peckleton Tree Starfield - Landscape Orientation

Stars over the Peckleton Tree

This year I’ve decided to do a 365 (photo a day) project with the aim of improving my landscape photography as well as my portrait and other photography. This was my photograph for day 13. 

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Peak District Photography – Landscapes at Stanage Edge

Millstones at Stanage Edge

This morning I ventured out of the house nice and early to head off to Stanage Edge in the Peak District. A 5am start was in order for the 1 hour 45 minute drive to Derbyshire in order to (hopefully) get a nice sunrise!

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