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Welcome to Chris Rudland Landscape and Nature Photography
“Anyone can take a picture but with passion you see it before you take it”
Capturing Nature Naturally
If you have ever photographed wild animals you will know how difficult it is to exist in their natural surroundings without disturbing them. Arrive early, blend into the colours of the land, remain silent, avoid moving around and be patient.
Golden Mornings of Light
One only has to awake and venture out early to know the difference in light and temperature. Knowing where and when the sun will rise helps to prepare for subtle light so a recognisance trip is usually wise if you wish to be facing the correct way.
Motion Moments In Time
Ever taken a waterfall photograph only to find it pin sharp and frozen in time. Choose your shutter speeds carefully to add some movement, experiment and add Neutral Density filters if the light is bright to make your shutter speed slower.
Front Cover Featured - Misty River Stour photo at Dedham - June 2009.
Royal Geographic Society
May Hotshots Double Page Featured - Thatchers Boat photo at Washbrook - June 2007.
Digital Camera Magazine
Full Front Cover Feature - Fireman fighting a fire at Martlesham - July 2006.
East Anglian Daily Times
Coastal Feature - Low tide coastline photo - Walton-On-The-Naze - June 2008.
Essex Life Magazine
Publications and Features
Light on Light