Welcome to philtheclick
and I hope you will enjoy exploring the galleries and articles.
I offer talks to local societies – the most recent subject being Stained Glass Windows and the Architecture of Churches and Cathedrals.
There is also a page that includes a downloadable booklet ‘To build a by-pass: Images of the heritage we may lose’ that is indicative of countryside that will be spoilt if a new road, housing and industry is built, and pages about the landscape painted by Brian Hatton.
My photographs have appeared in newspapers such as Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times, magazines such as Countryfile, Country Life, book covers such as Bloomsbury/Shire, commissions such as for the online British Art Studies (Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art/Yale), and for corporate literature. Several articles were published in Digital Photo User magazine, and photographs have been exhibited and won prizes.
I recently curated a photographic competition ‘Impressions of Breinton’ that was judged by renowned photo-journalist John Bulmer. See the ‘Impressions…’ on this site or go to http://www.breintonhall.btck.co.uk/PhotographyCompetition .
You may wish to look first at my Blog page, where I update (sporadically) first. Latest images include local pictures, Portraits (see page), a wedding, and parks designed by Capability Brown as well as those in and around Hereford and Herefordshire, including the page ‘Wyeside stimulated by Brian Hatton’.
I am accredited and authorised contributor to National Trust Images, contribute to the Alamy picture agency and am a member of the Royal Photographic Society.
I hope you like the featured image at the head of the page – a recent painterly rendition of Hereford Cathedral.
Online images are reductions from the original c 24MP files. Please contact me at email@example.com if you would like to use in publications in whatever media elsewhere.
Please enjoy the Gallery pages listed in the menu, that also include images of:
• Anglesey / Trearddur both with crashing and calmness
• Dorchester • Ely Cathedral • Grafham • Guildford • Llandudno
• Miscellany – Butterflies and Flowers
• Isle of Wight – Alum Bay, Brighstone, Brook, Compton Bay and Freshwater Bay, Hoy, Chillerton Mast, Mottistone, Sandown Bay, Shorwell, St Catherine’s, Falconry
Plus:Pembrokeshire – St David’s Cathedral, St David’s Head, Broadhaven, Porth Gain, Manorbier, Pembroke Burton, Trewint, Stackpole and several mono images
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to know more or would like more/larger images – these are a small reflection of the total. All content of this website is (c) Philip Chapman.
If you wish to source stock photography it is best to contact me directly, or alternatively please go to National Trust Image library http://www.nationaltrustimages.org.uk/ if images have been taken at National Trust properties, other photographs can be found by clicking the ‘Alamy’ logo where I am gradually uploading many images. Prints can also be ordered at the Alamy website … provided I have got round to keywording them!
Contact Phil at email@example.com
If you would like to leave a post, or contact Phil please email or use the COMMENT page for your response. Your comments/views are invited! There are hundreds of Phil’s images at alamy – clicking the ALAMY logo take you to that site.
For practising photographers I’ll also be adding short articles and essays from time to time that I hope will stimulate your thoughts- such as ISO Invariance, APS-C/DX vs M4/3rds, visualisation and image creation and a brief intro to the Zone system.
If your interests are in music education please go to http://philthebass.weebly.com
I enthusiastically support CLAPA – please support the Cleft Lip and Palate Association
To go to other Gallery pages click from the menu
Picture above: The lake at Stowe
PS: New grandchild number 5…
All content of this website is (c) Philip Chapman – downloading and use of all images and articles is expressly prohibited unless authorised. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to know more or would like more/larger images. Many images can be downloaded at Alamy.com – enter your search criteria when looking for a suitable picture. A selection of KeyWords such as: anglesey, bay, breaking, crash, crashing, force, frightening, gale, ocean, pounding, rocks, rocky, rough, storm, strong, sturdy, surf, trearddur, waves, weather, windy, winter could take you to a photograph such as
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