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Russell Witherington Photography photographer, commercial photographer, public relations photographer, studio photographer, location photographer, event photographer, corporate events, corporate events photographer

maidenhead, high wycombe, buckinghamshire

 

November 1, 2018

What’s the word that would describe the bit between a real interest and obsession? Whatever it is that’s the way I feel about Iceland. I don’t mind admitting that it came first from music and specifically maybe Sigur-Ros. That sometimes atonal drone sound of post rock came at me like an invisible force and sparked an Iceland interest. It was like no other sound I’d heard before, influenced from and by other places and things and yet it’s own separate special noise formed by itself in it’s own shape and reflecting not just a musical influence but the land and country of it’s origin too. Sometimes though things, places and people are always there inside you waiting to be realised and discovered. Such it was with Iceland.

Vaguely influenced by Scandinavia and still with strong relationships with them geopolitically, Ice...

April 21, 2017

It's an old tractor, but it still works .... just and i though on a sunny day how good the "patina" of it looked so thought i'd concentrate on the detail of it rather than the whole. Beauty is in the detail after all...... 

April 21, 2017

Photographers whether they are pros or amateur, young or old, fully equipped or with an iPhone find something of interest at Dungeness on the south coast of Kent. It's otherworldly and a bit cut off and with the monolithic presence of the neulear power station there you could be anywhere. Lining the pebbly beach are a collection of fishermans huts, and houses exposed to the elements and a few fishing trawlers and boats. Go there on a clear day and its spectacular.

April 21, 2017

About a year or two back Booker Aerodrome had as part of it's residents a scrapyard specialising in aircraft. It was an eye-opening experience when first visiting it (looking for a prop for another shoot), that hidden behind tall metal doors was an Aladdins cave of parts and sections of a variety of aircraft.The big clue though that something like this place even existed was the presence parked on a concrete hard standing at the front of the gates of this Hawker Hunter jet. This pre war jet fighter was the mainstay of the RAF back in the day and here one was, disgorged of its engine and most of its insides and waiting for a buyer or a worse fate. In the end it was the latter. I discovered that it was sold for scrap and was carted off, an ignominious end

but the way of it.    

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