(in my kit bag) Hoya ND100

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A shot of the Overflow Plug at Lady Bower Reservoir in Derbyshire.

The Hoya ND100 is my second favourite ND filter in my bag. I’ll be honest and say I don’t use this one quite as often as I prefer to really extend the exposures (using the ND1000)to create a more ethereal effect with my shots. Again like the ND1000 there is very little colourcast with this product and to say it … Read More

PRE ORDER MY BOOK

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YORKSHIRE IN PHOTOGRAPHS by David Zdanowicz.   Im very excited to say that my book is now available for pre order. Ever since I purchased my first camera in July 2013 I have been hooked on photographing the amazing Yorkshire Landscape. My love for landscape photography has really helped me see what an amazing county I live in, some of … Read More

Lake District

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It was an absolute pleasure to experience my first trip to the Lake District. It definitely lived up to the hype. I probably didn’t pick the best time of year to visit (in the middle of winter) but it was still awe inspiring. It rained for 90% of my visit but managed to get a few gaps in the cloud … Read More

Scarborough

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Todays trip out took myself and my Dad to Scarborough on the East Coast. It was a magnificent sunrise and the colours bouncing off the water covered sand was amazing.   There was another couple of photographers on the beach which really added to the scene.   Man and his best friend.   I was really shocked to see some … Read More

Whitby

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Whitby Piers at Dawn

Todays destination is Whitby In North Yorkshire. This is one of my favourite places in the UK. Its a quaint little seaside spot ¬†with loads of hidden gems. I’ve always ventured to the Abbey side when taking photographs here so this time I thought I’d head over to the other side near the famous whalebones and beach huts. It did … Read More

Misty Malham Sunrise

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LImestone Rocks

The weather report wasn’t great this morning but me and my dad decided to take a chance and head over to Malham in North Yorkshire. On the way there we noticed some rolling mist traveling across a field. The sky was just starting to turn an amazing pinky/red colour.   It was a really beautiful scene and the silhouette of … Read More

Saltburn by the sea

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Pier Sunrise.

This mornings trip took myself and my Dad to Saltburn by the sea. Saltburn is a quant little seaside town on the East Coast of North Yorkshire. It is most famous for its long pier which has won awards. It was a great experience watching the sun rise on the beach. It proved to be a popular spot and I … Read More

Haworth

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Haworth is a lovely village in West Yorkshire. Its been great to me photography wise and always throws up something special whenever I visit. Whether its the main streets or the surrounding moors. Probably most famous as the home of the Bronte sisters it is soaked in History and its truly worth a journey. The main street is a like … Read More

Fountains Abbey.

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Fountains Abbey

Todays post is highlighting a visit to Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire. This is a great place to visit whether you have an interest in history,walking or photography. The grounds and the ruins are amongst the biggest and best preserved ruins in England. The spot is very¬†photogenic and its a great spot to try out some new techniques. Its a … Read More

Mam Tor, Derbyshire. September 5th 2015.

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The peak of the hill

Todays photography adventure took me and my Dad to Derbyshire and one of the most popular destinations ‘Mam Tor’. With the journey taking nearly 90 minutes it took a what most people would class as craziness to set my alarm at 3:50am in order to catch the sunset. I’m still saying its dedication but I don’t know how long I … Read More