Category Archives: Fine Art Landscapes

Steve Walton Cameracraft Magazine Portfolio

Delighted to receive the latest copy of Camercraft magazine today to find one of my images has been used on the front cover and an 8-page portfolio of my monochrome landscape work inside the magazine!  The accompanying article explains my preference for film photography and Fuji, Hasselblad, Cambo and Leica film cameras.  Cameracraft was launched…

Gull Rock, Cornwall

New Years Day, storms and the Cornish coast. Wind and light following the rhythm of the sea, swell and fade, swell and fade. The constant movement was mesmerising. Gull Rock Hassleblad 503CW, 150mm CF Sonnar f4, Ilford Delta 100, 16 stops of neutral density.

UK Landscape Photographer: Bamburgh, Northumberland.

A new day dawns over probably the most photographed scene in the UK.  If it is, it’s hardly surprising as Bamburgh Castle presents itself as a dramatic feature on the Northumberland coast at any time.  With plenty of scope for wild camping in the dunes, early morning photography was a good option, especially as the…