Category Archives: Steve Walton UK Landscape Photographer

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INTERNET PRIVACY & COOKIES POLICY This is the internet privacy policy for www.uklandscapephotographer.com (the “Website”) This website is the property of Steve Walton Photography Ltd. We take the privacy of all visitors to this Website very seriously and therefore set out in this privacy and cookies policy our position regarding certain privacy matters and the use…

Storm Doris

The American-style storm naming convention that has been adopted here in the UK has been predetermined and ranges through the full alphabet from A-Z.  The full story is here on the Met Office UK Storm Centre webpage.  Storm Doris visited us yesterday, not the most violent of storms, but Storm Doris was lively enough and…

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  • Sue CoatesFebruary 25, 2017 - 8:33 am

    Very poignantly written Steve. I’m sure your favourite tree will be named Doris now as a reminder of the damage she did!ReplyCancel

Northumberland Photography Workshops

Northumberland photography Workshops Join me on our next Wild Light Photography Workshop in Northumberland on 11th & 12th May 2019 *****3 places available***** Our next two-day Wild Light Photography Workshop in Northumberland takes place from 11th-12th May 2019  This workshop will visit iconic locations at Bamburgh, Holy Island, Dunstanburgh, Roughting Linn, Hadrian’s Wall, Craster and…

Outer Hebrides Photography Workshop Dates

Outer Hebrides Photography Workshop dates There are three places available on my Wild Light Outer Hebrides landscape and seascape photography workshop on 29th October-2nd November 2018, we are based at the Harris Hotel in Tarbert. Autumn weather patterns in the Outer Hebrides can bring dramatic light and sea conditions for landscape photography, especially as there…

Vanguard 265CB Tripod

Vanguard invited me to review another tripod, this time from their premium carbon fibre Veo range. In the interest of full disclosure, I have no commercial or financial interest in, or other association with Vanguard and I have received no payment or reward for these reviews. This is a review of the Vanguard Veo 265CB…

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  • Nick LeechJune 30, 2017 - 10:36 pm

    What is the height of the tripod without the centre column extended? I can’t find this info anywhere.

    How does this tripod compare with the Manfrotto Befree Carbon Tripod which is similar spec and price?

    The thickest part of the legs are 26mm diameter. What is diameter of the thinnest part (the lowest part)?

    When you extend the legs fully (but don’t raise the centre column) how rigid is the tripod? Thinking it might be less rigid (bottom part of legs thin and spindly) compared to a 4-section leg design.ReplyCancel

  • Daily alexaSeptember 4, 2017 - 4:31 pm

    Vanguard VEO 265CB comes together with a nice snug-fit pouch, the ball head, and Arca-Swiss compatible plate.ReplyCancel