• REVIEW – sleeklens ‘Through the Woods Workflow’ for Lightroom

    I was contacted by sleeklens to do an impartial review of one of their workflows and when I looked into what exactly they offer, my first impression was that I wasn’t really sure if I would normally use one of their workflows, as I like to be in control of every aspect of my image creation […]


  • An evening with David Ward

    So last night I had the pleasure of listening to another one of the photographers who inspire me; David Ward. It’s great that these people who have made it in their field travel around and give insights into their work and willingness to answer questions throughout.


  • Guest Blog – Photographing the Peaks

    “Congratulation, the 3 month job is yours. When can you start?” “Er…” Actually there was no er. A job located on the edge of the Derbyshire Dales with its gritstone edges, limestone gorges, rolling hills and heather moorlands. A place I had wanted to spend time in rather than tourist for the odd weekend. Who […]


  • An Evening with Charlie Waite

    Yesterday I spent the evening listening to the renowned landscape photographer Charlie Waite at the Swan Theatre in Worcester. It’s always nice to go and see one of your inspirations in such a small venue where you can actually meet them rather than just view their work from afar. I was so pleasantly surprised that […]


  • Lee Filters

    After years of using another brand of filters (no names mentioned here) I have decided to re-invest and buy a new set of high quality LEE filters.  I mainly use filters for my landscape work which has been very sparse lately due to how busy I have been on the commercial side, but as the days […]


  • An evening with Joe Cornish

    Joe Cornish

    The Shropshire Photographic Society arranged for an evening with Joe Cornish at the Walker Theatre within the Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury. Now I don’t normally go in for talks, as generally I find them a bit boring but Joe is one of my heroes in Landscape Photography (I currently have three) and this was too close […]


  • Review – D800 – First impressions

    Well it finally arrived: the new Nikon D800. The smile is still on my face and after a weekend of playing around with it I thought I would share a few insights that I’ve found.


Sign up for my newsletter

Like us on Facebook

Terry Livesey
@TELPhotography
Photography is more than just a job, it's a passion! ● Advertising, Product and Commercial Photographer based in the Midlands.
  • ** COMPETITION TIME ** 😃 over on Facebook: https://t.co/uALZUefY4F #competition #kidderminster #wyreforest… https://t.co/j0LSdLjeUs
  • Video in the dark - it’s all about the light #video #photography #studio #videolights #lights #slider… https://t.co/WoSBYEIVw7
  • Feeling very honoured and humbled. I'm off to the House of Commons next month for the Celebration event and Finals… https://t.co/NYzC3jIas8

Categories