Peak District Landscape Photography

Phil Sproson Photographer:  I am a widely published Peak District Landscape photographer, having worked with the likes of BBC Countryfile Magazine, Derbyshire Life, and Visit Peak District.

It helps living in the bustling town of Chapel-en-le-Frith as it is ideally situated within the finest Derbyshire countryside, the Cheshire Peak District, Staffordshire Peak District (Staffordshire Moorlands), and Derbyshire Dales are all within easy access and I do explore everywhere. I am spoilt for choice for locations in both the Dark Peak and White Peak.

Peak District Landscape Photography

Hathersage Hurtle – Official Photographer

I have been given the honour of being the official photographer for the Hathersage Hurtle. Now having walked the route, all 20 miles of it, to look for good points to photograph the event, I can say that this will be an event that you will want to do. Granted, it is a challenge to [...]

By | April 15th, 2017|Landscape Photography, Outdoor Photography|0 Comments

Discover the Western Peak District from Buxton

The rugged gritstone hills, bleak moors, ancient woodlands and an engaging heritage means that the border between upland and lowland England is a truly absorbing area to discover. So, let us explore the Western Peak District. This exploration deserves some time and a place to base yourself, and Buxton is the perfect place to do [...]

By | February 19th, 2016|Landscape Photography|0 Comments

Peak District Landscape Photography Tuition – Depth of Field

The following is a visual guide to Depth of Field (DOF). A simple demonstration that shows the difference of shooting with a wide aperture and a closed down aperture. The following two shots were shot at f/1.4 and at f/16 respectively, this demonstrating shallow DOF to deep DOF. Shallow DOF is when the point of [...]

By | February 6th, 2016|Landscape Photography, Photography Tuition|0 Comments