Timothy Smith LRPS – Landscape Photographer
My objective is to create images using the subtleties
of natural light. Each picture must be artistically
and technically excellent.
I adhere to the principle that the image be created in
camera and I work hard to achieve this essential
Ultimately I hope to draw the viewer in to an image
and make them feel as if they were there at the time of
I am driven by a love of the landscape and scenery of the British Isles and am on a long term personal project to capture images from as much of the country as possible. During the last few years my work has evolved and now includes much monochrome work.
Self-taught over many years I devote all my time to becoming a photographer recognised for the quality of my work. I am an admirer of renowned landscape photographers David Noton, Charlie Waite and Joe Cornish. Their work and techniques have influenced my approach however I do hope that in time I will have fully developed my own recognisable style.
In April of 2011 my work was accepted by The Guild of Essex Craftsmen attesting to the quality and originality of my work.
In November 2011 I was awarded the Licentiateship Distinction by The Royal Photographic Society following submission of a panel of images for assessment.
Some of my images have been selected for inclusion in The National Trust Image Library.
I exhibit from time-to-time but my main outlet is from a number of quality Art & Craft Fairs in Essex and adjoining counties. This is supported by my retail web site and other outlets such as Havens of Westcliff, Suite 307 in Leigh-on-Sea, The Tourist Office and The Silk Heritage Museum in Macclesfield.
I supplement my landscape with photography for estate agents, insurance companies and commercial work and commissions
My landscape & urban photography workshops have been chosen by a number of photographers keen to improve their skills.