About the Book
Printed on high quality paper this book is a treasure trove of stunning landscape images, and includes fascinating insights into the author’s thoughts and ideas on landscape photography. Influences are discussed along with prose and quotes which have provided inspiration.
This book is all the more relevant as it covers that period when the art of the landscape photograph developed into the colossal genre it is today, and in which the author played a prominent role.
Please note that the print run is limited to 30 copies of the hardback edition. Once these are sold out the book will be made available as a soft cover edition only.
A Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and an Associate of the Welsh Photographic Federation, Stephen has been photographing the landscape for over 40 years. Closely associated with the Snowdonia National Park in particular, his knowledge and understanding of the area have allowed him to produce images unrivalled in their portrayal of the ephemeral light and wild atmosphere of that special part of the world. His work is an intimate and lovingly crafted celebration of wild landscapes. Stephen has contributed to various image and video libraries, including Visit Britain, Photolibrary of Wales, the National Trust and Shutterstock, and he has hosted photographic workshops around the world. He first book, 'Private Views of Snowdonia' was published in 2005. Stephen is also an accomplished producer of time-lapse videos. Although retired from professional photography, Stephen is still active in many photographic genres, including landscapes, macro, and timelapse.