I’d thought of St Bees as my subject for this Masterclass assignment, but then my husband happened to see an exhibition of Jem Southam’s photographs Falling Clouds at the Lowry in Salford. He returned home enthusing...
I had to leave this month’s ‘assignment’ until the very last minute – quite literally - of my extended deadline (thank you editor!). My proper deadline expired a week ago when I was in the Alps....
I’m ashamed to say I’m an addict. A weather forecast junkie. I’m obsessive, spending hours clicking from one forecast to another on the telly or the computer. I heave great sighs, exasperated by the...
“You must be so patient!” I hear this a lot and little could be further from the truth. Those who know me well know that patience is just not part of my personality but sheer bloody-minded determination is....
For my second Masterclass, I’ve come to the far south of Cumbria, where a little dry limestone gorge called Easedale Kirk is a great spot for photographing shapes and textures. To reach it, take the steep and narrow...
Bidden by the editor, this is a new Cumbria Life series, where I will be sharing my photographic experiences with you, and hoping to provide some useful tips for your own photography. Rather than choosing photos from my existing stock,...
Other Masterclass Articles
- All Masterclasses
- Ullswater Colour
- Ashgill, near Garrigill
- Stag versus ram
- Flower borders
- Midsummer in Mallerstang
- Humphrey Head
- Wordsworth’s daffodils, Glencoyne, Ullswater
- Roosting Starlings
- Rain and Snow
- Kirkandrews on Esk
- Bonfire Night
- Autumn Colour
- Moordivock - Stormy Weather
- Steam Train on the Settle to Carlisle line
- Loughrigg Tarn