Category Archives: Steve Walton Photography

The Passing of Friends.

I reached that stage of my life some time ago when gaps suddenly appear in my friends list.  Not through our social media-age phenomenon of  ‘unfriending’ – I take the view that true friends will never unfriend you – the gaps are there because the former occupants have been taken from us in life.  The…

Photography Workshops on La Gomera with Steve Walton and Authentic Adventures

My photography workshop on the stunning island of La Gomera has sold out, all places have been taken.  A second week on the island has now been finalised and is already booking up.  If you’re considering joining me and a small group of like-minded photographers for a week of tuition and inspiration, sign up now…

Summer Haze, Normanton Church

Sometimes, for us landscapists, that which we are told is bad can work in our favour.  Hot and humid summer days in the UK are not usually the best conditions for landscape photography. I speak from the experience of one who has wasted hours of effort getting to a location with half a plan to…

A Very Welcome Letter From Anna Bridson!

Anna Bridson contacted me a few months ago after visiting my  profile page on the British Institute of Professional Photography website  for feedback and advice on her work as she was studying for a degree.  I was immediately struck by the high standard of Anna’s work and today I received a letter and an invitation…

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.