Landscape Photography On Location | Castles And Coastlines | Northumberland UK

Finally the Landscape photography tour has arrived and the first stop is the beautiful kingdom of Northumbria. On the border of Scotland, the area is rich in history and is a landscape photographers dream. The chances of stunning sunsets and sunrises are high and the amazing castles and coastlines are brought to life with light. In this episode we visit a quiet beach at Lower Hauxley and the stunning Alnwick Castle.

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Lower Hauxley
Alnwick Castle

My Kit List:

nikon 800

Gitzo Mountaineer
Nikon 16-35 f4
Nikon 20-70 f2.8
Nikon 70-200 f4
Samyang 21mm f1.8
Samyang 14 mm f1.8
A Range of Nisi Filters and polariser –
Waterproof Cover –

Evolution Gimbal
Saramonic Mic
DJI Phantom 4 Drone –
Micro Muff –
Windslayer for Gopro –
GoPro Hero 4 Silver -
GoPro 3 Way Mount –
GX7 Canon-
Rode Lav Mic-

Editing & Processing
Adobe Lightroom
Adobe Photoshop


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  1. Nicely done Paul, super images, I need a quiet trip to the beach I think, I agree there is no better place than to be out taking images and enjoying the moment no matter how they turn out.
    Congrats on the sponsorship!! Hope your wife had some tea and a bacon butty waiting when you got back?!!

  2. I don't want to sound a sour note but….. I think you should forget about Tom Heaton. Your work is as good, your landscapes are more accessible to ordinary mortals in the UK (none of this Iceland stuff), and I like the way you take viewers through the capture process. Presumably you were using F20 in the earlier photo because you wanted to slow the shutter speed, not because you wanted to obtain depth of field which is available through the tilt and shift adjustments?

  3. Hi Paul, I really liked the pictures of the ponds and the way you processed them colour wise. The only thing I would have liked to see in the last picture is a little bit of separation between the castle and the trees. They seem to block the subject (if the main subject was the castle) and I think it would have worked if you were shooting at a higher elevation. I don't know though if that was feasible coz I'm not familiar with the area. I bet you must be really enjoying the van!

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