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Dennis_Bromage's About Page

Dennis_Bromage > Dennis_Bromage's About Page
Dennis Bromage
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Photographer Level
Photographic Interests
Wildlife / Nature
Landscape / Travel
Black & White
Night / Low Light
Join Date
20 Jul 2007 - 9:05 PM
Last Login Date
28 Jul 2014 - 11:07 AM
Thanks for taking the time to look at my work. I hope you enjoy the images...

About Me

Dennis Bromage is a professional FineArt, Landscape & Nature Photographer from the North East of England with a passion for the outdoors, particularly the mountains and coasts and especially the more wild, rugged & remote areas. My hope is that this site will convey at least a little of my passion...

I especially love the quiet of dawn & dusk, when magical things happen that transform the landscape. My intention is never merely to create a photographic record of a place but to capture something of its essence & soul, to convey the mood of how it felt to be there at the precise moment the shutter was released and to create something special & interesting that will look beautiful hanging on a wall for many years.

I work with digital SLR's (currently a 5D MkII) and strive to and find it incredibly rewarding getting the image right in camera, using a small selection of filters with careful metering & control of the exposure. This allows me to keep my post processing to a minimum, normally doing little more than adjusting the Levels & Curves to make the RAW file look like the image I saw on the back of the camera. It's not that I have anything against post processing and I will on occasion use all the tools available to the digital photographer BUT I'll only use these tools to capture what's there, never to create a mood or scene that didn't exist. For me truth in photography and making images that look natural and that are believable is everything...