posts tagged ‘landscape’

aerial photography of salcombe

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

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At the end of may, following a period of perfect weather, bangwallop took to the skies over salcombe. with the help of Simon Evans and his giro-copter, bangwallop is now building up a comprehensive library of aerial shots of salcombe and the surrounding area.

so far we have pictures covering an area from start point, around the coast past hope cove and over bantham and burgh island. more recently we photographed salcombe estuary over the lowest tide of the year, which gave a unique view of the channels and mud flats. the ‘bar’ at the mouth of salcombe estuary can also be seen clearly in the aerial shots.

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click here to view more images in our online gallery, or call into bangwallop to arrange to view a wider selection.

Charlie Waite Landscape Photography

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

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Bangwallop would like to say a big thank-you to Charlie Waite for running a fantastic two day landscape photography course on the 12th and 13th of October.
The weather on Monday and Tuesday was beautiful and we were treated to a fantastic sunrise over Salcombe on Tuesday morning.
The course began with an introduction from Charlie followed by a walk out to the a local estuary and a chance to experiment with different filters and exposure techniques. In the afternoon we headed out to South Milton Sands, and photographed the shore line before heading up onto the cliffs between Hope Cove and Thurlestone for sunset.
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Tuesday began at 6.30am photographing sunrise over Salcombe, and by 9 o clock everyone was ready to head back to Bangwallop for breakfast and coffees. This also gave a good opportunity to look through some of the pictures from the previous day and have a brief introduction to processing RAW files, and doing conversions to black and white.
After lunch the harbour taxi picked everyone up from the quay behind Bangwallop and ferried us over to East Portlemouth, where we spent the afternoon using waves and rock pools to practice long exposures.
The course finished with an opportunity for people to show their own work to Charlie and the rest of the group.

a selection of shots from course can be seen below,

Joe Cornish exhibition

Monday, March 16th, 2009

currently showing in the bangwallop gallery is a collection of Joe Cornish landscape photography

launch of the bangwallop school

Monday, February 9th, 2009

bangwallop launched it’s school with a three day landscape workshop run by Joe Cornish.

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