© John Miskelly

Featured Member: John Miskelly

What kind of photography do you do?

Landscape photography mainly, but I have also been a keen street photographer for many years.

© John Miskelly

Story behind this image: Elgol in Skye, where it had rained for the previous 24 hours and then it cleared for a stunning golden light at sunset.

How would you describe your style?

I work hard to capture the wild and natural landscapes, primarily of Scotland and Ireland. A lot of my work is panoramic, as this is how we view the world!

© John Miskelly

Story behind this image: The Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland and I was there for the first time this summer. The light here was like nothing I’ve every experienced. It wa absolutely stunning.

What’s your approach to post processing?

I do relatively minimal post processing as I want the images to reflect reality and I generally only do enough work to ‘correct’ for the limitations of the camera and bring the image to the point where it represents what I saw with my eyes.

What or who inspires you?

I’m inspired by some great British landscape photographers such as Joe Cornish, David Ward and David Noton.

© John Miskelly

Story behind this image: The Giants Causeway is internationally known and is in Ireland where I live. This was a momentary flash of light at sundown and this image won me a Silver award (and a place in the top 50) in the Epson International Pano competition in 2012!

What gear do you use?

I use Nikon digital cameras, a D700 and now my brand new D800E! Lenses include the 24-70 and 70-200, all f2.8. I also carry a Fuji X100 with me at all times.


This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Your imagery is breathtaking!!

  2. That 2nd shot of The Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides is spectacular. It’s like the beach of every holiday goer’s dream.

  3. Really lovely landscape images that grows even more when i read about your attitude concerning postprocessing.
    I try to work in the same manner, which is something everyone should try once in a while.

  4. I love the shot of the Giants Causeway. You must be thrilled to live near such beauty.

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