Guy Aubertin Photography http://guyaubertin.com UK photographer specialising in landscape, wedding and family portraiture Wed, 23 Apr 2014 22:21:02 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9 Landscape Photography – The Hebrides: of rocks and rotting seals http://guyaubertin.com/landscape-photography-the-hebridies-of-rocks-and-rotting-seals.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=landscape-photography-the-hebridies-of-rocks-and-rotting-seals http://guyaubertin.com/landscape-photography-the-hebridies-of-rocks-and-rotting-seals.htm#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 07:30:44 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=3250 The smell was quite simply overpowering The Outer Hebrides is an odd kind of place – don’t get me wrong I think it’s wonderful but this windswept outcrop is a little strange. No trees. Just lots and lots of weather. It does however have some of the oldest rocks in the world – the wonderfully…

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The smell was quite simply overpowering

Gearrannan,-Red-and-White---HebridesThe Outer Hebrides is an odd kind of place – don’t get me wrong I think it’s wonderful but this windswept outcrop is a little strange. No trees. Just lots and lots of weather. It does however have some of the oldest rocks in the world – the wonderfully named Lewisian gneiss, a mere 3 billion years old. I’m not much of a geologist but you do end up having slightly more than a passing interest in rocks if you spend long enough looking at them.

Which is either suffering for your art or just a hairs breath away from insanity, looking at rocks for a long time that is.

But that’s what I was embarking on, very very early on one June morning. The Hebrides have the same magical quality as Iceland in that at that time of year the sun never really sets. It just bounces nicely off the horizon. The beach at Gearrannan (northern Lewis) is a remarkable place to photograph, but trying to make sense of the chaos that evenly sized, similarly coloured rocks present is tricky. It’s a bit like making a photograph of  spaghetti hoops interesting.

After much rock gazing I had found a composition that worked, naturally it was just near a decomposing seal. It stank of rotting fish. A lot. What to do? Photograph or not…Luckily I came equipped with the most trusty piece of photographers kit – my T shirt which was employed as a (rather ineffectual) haz-mat across my mouth. I was willing myself to believe that it was working…

What I will say is that it concentrated my mind but using a view camera is not necessarily a quick process. It can be if needed. But photographing rocks at close quarters with a tripod that was doing it’s best as a gymnast is laborious.

Still the end result was worth it and “Red and White” has been one of my more popular images in portfolio. Now you know the back story of how it was made  / smelled.

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Landscape Photography – Fairy Glade, Crowthorne Woods, Pt 3 http://guyaubertin.com/landscape-photography-fairy-glade-crowthorne-woods-pt-3.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=landscape-photography-fairy-glade-crowthorne-woods-pt-3 http://guyaubertin.com/landscape-photography-fairy-glade-crowthorne-woods-pt-3.htm#comments Sun, 13 Apr 2014 19:54:02 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=16944 Landscape Photography, Berkshire (N.B. The image is clickable, supersize and shareable..give it a try! Reading the post on your phone? Rotate the screen to horizontal and enjoy the image larger) It felt like someone was tapping me on the shoulder. I felt sated after my last image and had been meandering my way back to…

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It felt like someone was tapping me on the shoulder. I felt sated after my last image and had been meandering my way back to the car. My morning had started well and had now come to a close. But this tap tap on my shoulder was very tangible and although the sun was up and the mist lifting I was still feeling rather spooked.

Tapppp it went again. I stopped and turned around.

Fairy Glade - Crowthorne WoodsLandscape photographers, perhaps all photographers, would love you to believe that every image is planned and co-ordinated. They say that’s how they arrive at their best work. I must be doing something wrong then. I am “just a wander around and react to the moment” sort of photographer.

I have walked past this grove of trees every time I have come to Crowthorne Woods. It is much like any of the others, pretty in its own way. Except with these conditions it was transformed. I was made dumbstruck for the second time that morning. This landscape photographers wet dream of a scene is not meant to happen here in Berkshire.

Yet here it was in all its beauty. Radial beams of sunlight piercing the mist. Lancing between the trees. Lighting up the ground, the bark…the smile on the face of this photographer.

I hope it is one of those images that speaks for itself. Click on the image…on a nice big monitor and enjoy it. If you do, please tell me in the comment boxes below…

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Landscape Photography – Shaft of Light, Crowthorne Woods, Pt 2 http://guyaubertin.com/landscape-photography-shaft-of-light-crowthorne-woods-pt-2.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=landscape-photography-shaft-of-light-crowthorne-woods-pt-2 http://guyaubertin.com/landscape-photography-shaft-of-light-crowthorne-woods-pt-2.htm#comments Mon, 07 Apr 2014 16:31:01 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=16808 The ever so gentle morning breeze that comes with the rising sun was making the mist move and dance. Ever so slowly it parted and exposed this tree.Solitary. Unusual. Much grander than the others around. A crown of branches like antlers. It was almost regal. And then the sunlight. And the mist...and the grass that was now golden.

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Landscape Photography, Berkshire

(Being the second of three from a few hours in the woods)

“Good morning” a cheery voice sounded out of the mist. A dog and a smartly dressed man followed shortly afterwards. I was sorely tempted to say “is it?!” though I guess I may have sounded a bit like Eeyore. The truth is that after my first image of the morning I was bumbling around. Photographic procrastination as I see it.

The trouble was was that there were images everywhere. My mind was waking up and better still so was the sun. Unlike my usual requirement for gloom, it was  The mist started to glow in an almost surreal way, which prompted the photographic equivalent of “OMG.” That situation usually causes problems. Instead of a cool calm analysis of the scene I’m left with just way too many options which means that I have a small melt down. Can’t compute. Instead the camera remains in the bag.

Shaft of Light, Crowthorne Woods

Still having my erm…meltdown meant that I stopped. Incapable of much else I just watched the mist and the light. The ever so gentle morning breeze that comes with the rising sun was making the mist move and dance. Ever so slowly it parted and exposed this tree.

Solitary. Unusual. Much grander than the others around. A crown of branches like antlers. It was almost regal.

And then the sunlight

And the mist

..and the grass that was now golden. Right then best get on with it.

And then the wind stopped, the mist moved in and the tree disappeared. I didn’t pack my portable wind machine…

Time was ticking by and work was beckoning. I stood for 20 minutes and finally the wind came back. Fleetingly the mist parted like a zip and the full backdrop of trees was revealed. I wish I could have filmed the moment – it was achingly beautiful.

The image was in the bag, so to speak and time was really running out. However these remarkable woods had one last surprise for me and that is coming up in part 3 – make sure you subscribe to find out what happens

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Woofs Are Wonderful – The Charity Book http://guyaubertin.com/woofs-are-wonderful-the-charity-book.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=woofs-are-wonderful-the-charity-book http://guyaubertin.com/woofs-are-wonderful-the-charity-book.htm#comments Sat, 05 Apr 2014 08:05:28 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=15479 Woofs are Wonderful, in aid of Labradors in need
A few weeks ago Alyson and Sage got in touch with a fantastic way of fundraising for their chosen charity Labradors in need.They were going to put together a photo book in which everyone who wanted to enter a picture made a small donation! That money would then go to Marley - a dog that needs special care. As Aly says:

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Woofs are Wonderful, in aid of Labradors in need

A few weeks ago Alyson and Sage got in touch with a fantastic way of fundraising for their chosen charity Labradors in need.They were going to put together a photo book in which everyone who wanted to enter a picture made a small donation! That money would then go to Marley – a dog that needs special care.

[You can jump to buying a £2.50 raffle ticket by clicking here]

As Aly says:

“Labradors in need are a small independent charity run by volunteers fulfilling a vital role up and down the UK. When they helped me find Charley, who was briefly in our lives, I wanted to do something to help them. And that’s where this book came from. We all take so many photographs of our woofs and it just seemed the right thing to do celebrate how much they mean to us. Hundreds of people donated a small amount of money to get their gorgeous dog in print. All of these featured photographs are taken by their owners with love. Both I and Labradors in need are completely overwhelmed with how generous everyone has been.”

Amazingly the book has so far raised £500! But we are not done yet!

After a lengthy judging process all the pictures were whittled down until we have selected the pictures that will make it into print. It was a terribly difficult and agonising job as every picture is tremendously precious. However we have now made the decision and I have put the book together. Alongside the images are some quotes from those who know their animals the best. I have been working on this project for a little while now and I have to admit that I am

Paws in the air!

Here are the layouts of all of the pages. There are no winners really. If you are not in don’t despair, thank you so much for entering and your woofs name will feature on the fantastic “roll of honour” page. Click on any of them and see them BIG and don’t forget to use the sharing options on the pictures if you see someone you know! If you are using your phone…rotate it horizontal :)

(Oh and this is not the final printed version, I have the roll call to add in…but I knew you couldn’t wait any longer!)

So what happens now? Let’s raise more money!

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we raised £1000!

So we are going to have a raffle to win the book. To buy your £2.50 tickets, you will see a link at the bottom of the post. The person who is drawn out of Sage’s doggy bag, by a very special Vet, will win the book! We will be having the prize draw in about two weeks from now!

Buy a raffle ticket or 5 (£10..Sagey bonus!) if you entered or even if you didn’t enter in the first place!

P.S. You may also be able to buy your very own smaller but still very lovely copy…I’m discussing that with Sage!

The book is very special

  • It is a one of a kind.
  • It will measure a coffee table sized 39 x 29 cm
  • 50 pages long
  • Full colour
  • Has a stunning hardcover photcover
  • It’s ALL for charity!

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Please like, tweet and share this page. Leave a comment. Shout about it to your neighbours…the more that see it the more money is raised and the more dogs like Marley get helped!

Thank you all so much!

P.S. in case you were wondering, I am not making any money at all from this. I am not charging for my time. The use of this website or my shop. I am doing this because I believe in helping animals. So every single penny you donate (less 5% processing fee..charged by credit card companies…) will go to Labradors in need.

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Landscape Photography – Misty Crowthorne Woods, Pt 1 http://guyaubertin.com/misty-morning-crowthorne-woods-part-1.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=misty-morning-crowthorne-woods-part-1 http://guyaubertin.com/misty-morning-crowthorne-woods-part-1.htm#comments Mon, 31 Mar 2014 06:45:11 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=15220 Landscape Photography, Berkshire (Being the first of three from a few hours in the woods) Berkshire, the home of Wind in the Willows, is not known for being possessed of dramatic landscapes. Its landscape is soft, gentle and pastoral. There is the large amount of woodland though none of it is particularly old and almost…

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Landscape Photography, Berkshire

(Being the first of three from a few hours in the woods)

Berkshire, the home of Wind in the Willows, is not known for being possessed of dramatic landscapes. Its landscape is soft, gentle and pastoral. There is the large amount of woodland though none of it is particularly old and almost all of it is managed. Crowthorne woods is not far from my home and I have the good fortune to pass it almost every day.

Each time I drive past my head swivels to look at it: a flashing blur of trees and grasses. Having it bathed in mist is a bonus and so it was that for a few days this month we had the good fortune to be blessed with thick dollops of the stuff. Of course I went by one morning when I had to get to work and there just wasn’t the time. Damn.

Scanning the forecast for the following morning, showed that the mist was due to make a reappearance the following day. Perfect. 5am start. Not so perfect. Mind you being a father of an early bird has tweaked my requirement for sleep. I still need it but grudgingly accept that I won’t get as much as I want! Nevertheless I’d be there for 5.15 which would give me at least a couple of hours before I needed to head off to work. Deal!

Heading outside I could just about make out my car. The mist was like blobs of cotton wool. Thick, dense and oddly caressing. The dampness coating my face.

The wood was silent; not menacingly so. But just enough to raise the hairs on the back of your neck. You know that slightly uncomfortable feeling? Brooding possibly. The mist ebbed and flowed, revealing features and trees then swallowing them again. The feeling that I got that morning was similar to the menace of an M R James ghost story. I shrugged my shoulders and my mind. Concentrate Aubertin. Tricky as my stomach started rumbling, rebelling at not having been fed before heading out!

Gothic Fairytale - Crowthorne Woods

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The mist made it initially very awkward to get my photographic eye working. I know the woods but it’s a vast place so I don’t know its every fold. “So start at the beginning” my inner voice told me. Fair enough as I wandered just 10 feet from the car. A fire, which decimated the wood a few years ago, is still making its mark. Though many of the trees survived they have been weakened. Add in the horrendous winds at the start of this year and it’s a recipe for pushing the trees over. The gnarled root ball of two fallen pines had a disconcerting feel about them. I thought that if I stared long enough the headless horseman from Sleepy Hollow would come galloping out of the mist behind!

As I shouldered my bag and headed further into the wood the sun was rising in the east and amazingly the mist had started to glow all around me.

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Woofs Are Wonderful – Need some fabulous quotes http://guyaubertin.com/woofs-are-wonderful-quotes.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=woofs-are-wonderful-quotes http://guyaubertin.com/woofs-are-wonderful-quotes.htm#comments Sun, 30 Mar 2014 21:19:27 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=15254 Can you help with Woofs are Wonderful? I am working with Sage to produce a book in aid of Marley and Labradors in Need. The book, Woofs are Wonderful, is nearing completion but we need some quotes from owners of dogs and what they mean to them. How they have affected their lives. What they…

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Can you help with Woofs are Wonderful?

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I am working with Sage to produce a book in aid of Marley and Labradors in Need. The book, Woofs are Wonderful, is nearing completion but we need some quotes from owners of dogs and what they mean to them. How they have affected their lives. What they mean to the family. Why you could not get by without them.

We can’t promise that we will use all of them but the best quotes will be included in the final book.

To leave a quote either fill in the form below or use the comment boxes at the end of this post

Thank you

Sage, Marley, Aly and Guy

P.S. all the wonderful pictures have been chosen

P.P.S sadly we can’t accept anymore entries

P.P.P.S yes the book is coming soon and yes it will be available to buy :)

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Subscribe to my blog and you will have a chance to win a signed and mounted landscape print of your choice! I will be making the random draw every two months and will announce on my Facebook page who the winner is (of course if you win, you will also get an email!) The added bonus is that each email will contain images and short stories from my travels with my camera.

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  • I hate subscribing to websites and then being constantly emailed so my pledge to you, along with the chance to win an image, is that I will only email you a maximum of twice in any one month. Of course you can unsubscribe at any point
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Autumn Light Glen Coe – A Cosseted Life http://guyaubertin.com/autumn-light-glen-coe-a-cosseted-life.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=autumn-light-glen-coe-a-cosseted-life http://guyaubertin.com/autumn-light-glen-coe-a-cosseted-life.htm#comments Fri, 21 Feb 2014 09:18:28 +0000 http://guyaubertin.com/?p=6932 The light ebbed and flowed illuminating the Glen all around me. The well known shape of Buachaille Etive Mòr was off to my right. To my left stretched the empty vastness of Rannoch. I remember driving through this place when I was a youngster. My mind full of Lord of The Rings. It is just…

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The light ebbed and flowed illuminating the Glen all around me. The well known shape of Buachaille Etive Mòr was off to my right. To my left stretched the empty vastness of Rannoch. I remember driving through this place when I was a youngster. My mind full of Lord of The Rings. It is just as striking now as it was then. Each time I pick up that book I am transported back to the highlands and further north to the wastes of Torridon.  Empty remote places just seem to strike a chord in me. Not just photographically but possibly spiritually. It’s not driven from the desire for space either physical or emotional, I think it’s something deeper. That call of the wild perhaps or one hundred other clichés. Each time I come here a fleeting thought passes through my mind. How did early humans cope in this unforgiving place. How cosseted we have all become.

Perhaps that’s just the point. Perhaps what is speaking to me is a longing for something slower. A pace that is more considered. A moment to pause and watch the light unfolding. To be. A romantic view of a daily struggle for survival I am sure. The irony was not lost on me: it is only our cosseted lives that allow us these moments of reflection.

Atumn showers, Glen Coe

Standing high up on the hillside, watching as the River Coe was lit up by a shaft of light. A line of silver through the landscape beneath the swirling clouds and rain that grazed the top of Bidean Nam Bian. The wind tugged at my clothes and the soft patter of rain began.  My mind drifted. Rain and sunlight together – how very Scottish. A smile spread across my face – I think I will take the cosseted life that gives moments such as these.

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My favourite weather to photograph in is the wet and of course there is an apt word for it from the most wonderful of locations

smir ,(Scot)

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1. drizzly rain

Though being fussy we are talking drizzle here. Not a fully fledged downpour.

The River Etive roared past me as I squelched my way down the steep sides of the bank. It was one of those moments when I did begin to think that my mountain goat abilities were about to desert me! Perhaps it’s my age or my prevailing mood but the desire for “mood” within my images is getting stronger. My continuing passion for the images of J Turner is, on reflection, starting to rub off. My landscape photography, is slowly becoming less about a clear view of what I am seeing. I am tending towards something perhaps a bit more like the view when you squint your eyes. I can’t quite put my finger on it.

Still the steady smir was helping. It seems to be one of the certainties in landscape photography that if rain is falling, then the image you are creating will almost certainly be in the direction of the oncoming rain. There follows the little photographic two-step; wipe filter, protect filter with hand, take picture, wipe filter etc. I must try an umbrella! A gentle wind meandered along the Glen, briefly lifting the clouds hanging over Benin Sgulaird. For a horrible moment I thought that the sun would also break through. Luckily that was not to be and the brief glow of light faded! The rest of the day was spent getting thoroughly wet waiting for the light to change before retreating indoors for warmth in the form of a Single Malt. Perfect.  I love this part of our fabulous country – a small measure of heaven indeed.

Drizzle, Glenn Etive

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