I am pleased to say my photo of a stag bellowing in Richmond Park during the rutting season has been published in a stylish new magazine for Londoners called Lost in London.

Lost in London is the brainchild of Lucy Scott and Tina Smith – ‘two country lovers at heart’. In their gorgous new magazine they bring together all the secret and wild opportunities that exist in our amazing city, from orchards in Hackney to houseboat living in Islington to, of course, the beautiful Richmond Park.

The magazine is stylishly illustrated and packs loads of original ideas between it’s little A5 covers. Well worth a read.

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I am thrilled to announce that my prints of Richmond are available at the superb Timothy Graham Gallery on Crown Road in St Margarets (020 8744 9033).

The limited edition prints are available signed and mounted as well as with a choice of quality custom frames so please pop in next time you are nearby and take a look.

There are also some great prints from other local photographers like Jeffrey Jaye and Joanna Jackson, plus some interesting vintage prints of the local area.

We are lucky in Richmond to have to River Thames pass through east to west (or west to east depending on the tide!) which provides some dramatic and memorable sunsets and sunrises as well as some great panoramas of Richmond riverside and bridge.

Going to Richmond Park in atmospheric low-light conditions is one of the most exciting times to photograph the deer. The following photographs were taken with ISO 1600 for a really grainy and moody look just as the last remaining light was fading and I was left to get out of the park in darkness.

These prints, and more, are available to buy online through my website.

Richmond in the snow

January 9, 2010

The recent snow at the start of 2010 has been beautiful and early trips into Richmond Park and Marble Hill Park provided some exciting photographic opportunities:

These images and more are available to buy.

Different audiences prefer different photographs. Most people buy black & white prints of Richmond Park for their homes etc, whereas magazine and web publishers tend to prefer the more vibrant colour photographs when downloading stock images of Richmond.

This can cause some problems when choosing the lead photo to use on the website. This grainy and atmospheric image of White Ash pond in Richmond Park is a good example.

Why not get something original and special for your friends or family this Christmas by buying one of my prints or canvases of Richmond and Richmond Park?

The moody, atmospheric black and white prints are always popular and sit well on any wall.

Alternatively, there is a selection of lively, quirky colourful prints ideal for bright rooms.

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