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Peak District Photographers

Welcome to our top photographers of the peak district section , we aim to show the very best photographers of our wonderful Peak District National Park.

This page of the website is invitation only and only the very best photographs and photographers are allowed within these hallowed pages. If you feel you deserve your images are worthy of being in with the best peak district photographers listed below simply send and email with some sample imagery or a link to your website and our panel will decide if they are up to the standard required. Please send your images or links to james@peakdistrictonline.co.uk

 

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Peak District Photography - Deer At Chatsworth
A Magical Moment In Time  - The Deer At Chatsworth Make A Wildlife Photographer's Day   An incredibly rare sight and something I'll never forget." A humbled photographer shares a very special snapshot in time with us - another gem to be cherished, in Villager Jim's Collection of photographic treasures. It wasn't a particularly a nice day on the first Saturday in December and James Dobson, Peak District Online's dedicate wildlife photographer, wasn't expecting to come home with any of his usual stunning wildlife...
Deer At Chatsworth
Robert first picked up an SLR camera when he was 12 years old. An interest in photography developed from his father taking him to see steam trains. Before long Robert built up a passion for photography and soon turned his camera towards photographing landscapes. The Peak District is just 2 miles from where Robert lives and has become a popular area for landscape pictures. Robert has also ventured further afield to places including the Yorkshire Dales, Scotland, USA and Everest in Nepal. Robert still has a passion for photographing steam...
Peak District Photography - Robert Falconer - The Peak District
Peak District Photography - Shots Of Inspiration
They say that you need at least 7 touches before a typical customer will buy from you.   Often the first touch will start with a customer visiting your web site or social media page.   Therefore you need to start building your customer relationship at this stage.   No matter how good your marketing information is, first impressions are almost always visual and “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” What is the first thing that you notice when checking out a new Twitter...
Shots Of Inspiration
The start of October was fantastic but then rapidly deteriorated to dank wet and miserable weather, I was finding myself going stir crazy waiting for conditions to change to be able to go out and shoot some landscapes. Friday evening (14th) looked promising with a nice sunset followed by a rapid drop in temperature so a morning mist would be highly probable the next day, one of the nice things about shooting at this time of year is that sunrises are at a more civilised time so getting up at 6am Saturday was relatively easy. Higger...
Stephen Elliott – Higger Tor and the reverse ND grad
Peak District Photography - Tez Marsden - Light and Patience!
  This is my first photograph for Peak District on Line so I would like to start by saying a big thank you to James and all at Peak District on Line for inviting me to contribute to this exciting venture. This photograph is all about light and how it affects the image and most of all patience!! I actually went out to photograph some rocks at the southern end of the Peak District but on arrival the light was overcast and grey and not the light I was hoping for. I was about ready to pack up and set off home but...
Tez Marsden - Light and Patience!
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