Telscombe – South Downs Landscape Photography Interview in NowPhotographer

I’ve had an article published on featuring one of my favourite images taken at Telscombe in the Ouse Valley a few of years ago.

Click this link to go to the full article, or scroll down to see a few excerpts…

“This shot was taken in April 2016, at around 6.00am, next to a country lane near Telscombe village in East Sussex, just north east of Brighton. The weather conditions were quite cold, but mild and I had been looking for some rising spring mist from the frosty start to create an atmosphere in my photograph that morning.”

Fields near Telscombe at dawn – panoramic

The South Downs in the distance are part of the Ouse valley, an area I had been photographing for a while, and my primary goal was to find a location that overlooked this valley from a new perspective. I arrived around 30 minutes before magic hour, to scope out the location and find my composition. Using different focal lengths, I shot a couple of warmer pictures before the sunrise, when the sky had a stronger hue of orange.

Converging hills near Telscombe

As the sun rose further, just behind the hills, some blues started to show in the sky, so I used a wider angle and some careful positioning of the tree in the foreground to capture this photograph. I really like the tones of blue and green in the sky and hills, and the layer of light frost on the ground gave the hills some rich pastel colours. I was surprised and grateful to find this track in the field just next to the road that created the strong, meandering leading line through the photograph.

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