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Tim Hill Pixabay

Pixabay – Positives and Negatives

Pixabay – Positives and Negatives I will start this post by telling you a little bit about Pixabay for those who have not come across it before. Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under the Pixabay License, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes. What my content can and can’t be used for. What is […]

flamborough head Yorkshire Tim Hill

Photography around Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Lancashire next week

Photography around Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Lancashire next week – After having a thoroughly enjoyable morning at Flamborough (pictured) last Saturday, I am very much ready for more landscape/seascape photography regardless of weather. Yes, I lost lots of images through a menu mistake in my new camera to do with focus stacking but that is now sorted and next week I have the entire week off work dedicated to photography, I am so up-for-it! Firmly on my list so far is […]

Flamborough East yorkshire Photography

Flamborough Head Yorkshire (pictures ruined)

Flamborough Head Yorkshire – The weather yesterday was unseasonably warm and sunny for mid-February, I headed out in the car to Flamborough Head in East Yorkshire, England (UK). My photography goal yesterday was to come back with some nice Focus Stacks (Focus stacking is a digital image processing technique which combines multiple images taken at different focus distances to give a resulting image with a greater depth of field than any of the individual source images.) I had a great […]

Heaven & Hell Limited Edition

Limited Framed Print – Heaven & Hell

Limited Framed Print – the beauty of nature in all her glory at Filey Brigg, North Yorkshire, England (UK). This image will only ever sell framed on this website 10 times:- 5 x Heaven & Hell (20×16″ Print in a 24×20″ Matt Black Frame) – £114.00 (20×16″ professional photographic print set in a 2″ double white window mount and framed in a 24×20″ bold, square profile with a matt black finish.) and.. 5 x Heaven & Hell (22×18″ Illusion (16×12″ […]

Spurn Point Sunrise

My best images will be for sale

Well, this is new! After a few people mailed me asking where they could buy my pictures, prints and things showing some of my best images, I finally have time to offer my best work for sale in various forms. Rather than try and do all myself and to offer a broader range of quality products I turned to the ClickASnap UK storefront which I trust both in quality of product and to quickly distribute all over the world, safely […]

Admiral Von Tromp shipwreck Saltwick Bay

Admiral Von Tromp shipwreck Saltwick Bay

Admiral Von Tromp Photography, a 3am start to catch the sunrise! For those who don’t know the place and the story, this is the shipwreck of Admiral Von Tromp which lies in Saltwick Bay near Whitby, North Yorkshire. Admiral Von Tromp was a Scarborough, England based fishing trawler that ran aground on 30/09/1976. The exact circumstance of the accident remains a mystery as the boat was on completely the wrong course and a senior nautical surveyor at the inquest stated […]

Spurn Point

Seascape photography tips – Golden Hour

Seascape Photography From a very early age, the beach and sea have both fascinated and excited me. Thinking back I remember not being able to sleep for many hours before going on a family holiday or day out to the coast, I was far too excited. Then there is the first glimpse of the sea from the car window as you approach the coast, magic and very exciting, I am sure this will sound true with many reading this who […]

Scarborough North Yorkshire Tim Hill Photography

Mild Autumn Weather for photography in Scarborough …

I am with the family at Scarborough, North Yorkshire this evening. The family and me arrived here on Friday even via Bridlington and the coastal road past Filey to avoid the crazy A64 in rush hour. The gamble worked and the trip here was a real pleasure.The sunset on Friday evening did not happen, well it did but not so you would notice. This was fine, we had been working all day and ready for a rest and something to […]

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