Chris Hartnoll Photography

News and about Chris

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------PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES 2017---------

"The starters' comprehensive introduction to landscape photography". These courses are aimed at digital SLR users and, over two days, provide a fundamental grounding in the techniques of composition, exposure, focussing, lighting and all the essential digital aspects of photography. Please contact Chris for more details. Also new for 2017: Chris is also now available for one-to-one photography tuition.

---------------------------------------------------ABOUT CHRIS--------------------------------------------------------------

Chris lived in Rutland, England for 25 years. For most of this time he has lived on the Hambleton Peninsula in the middle of Rutland Water. From there he explored the local area in his then rare free time from the successful business career that was his first "life". It was only after early retirement in 2001 that he dusted off an old 35mm SLR film camera to record the landscapes during his walks along the footpaths throughout the County.

His initial project - a unique two year photographic study of Rutland Water - has resulted in his first book, “Moods of Rutland Water”, published by Halsgrove.

Some of the images from that book are included on this site, along with a collection of photographs from his recent wanderings slightly further afield.

Subsequently, Chris was encouraged to photograph some of Rutland's most prestigious private gardens; the images shown here are reproduced with the kind permission of the owners. He continues to undertake private landscape and garden commissions.

He now also works further afield and has undertaken a study of the Derbyshire Peaks, in particular the area of and around Kinder Scout. Chris has also worked with the Rutland Falconry & Owl Centre, producing a series of images of their stunning birds of prey.

In more recent years, Chris continues to work mostly away, making extended trips to the Northumberland Coast, Exmoor, Dartmoor and the Lake District. He is now exploring the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.

We hope you enjoy your visit.

 

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