Landscape photography of the UK
Landscape photography of the UK
Keith Taylor Photography is a growing collection of colour and black & white landscape photographs of the UK.
The UK landscape has a huge amount of variety to offer. From the flatlands of Norfolk to the mountains of Scotland. With over 7,000 miles of coastline, 15 National Parks, countless lakes, rivers and areas of outstanding natural beauty the UK is to be truly celebrated.
I've been taking photos for many years and I'm only just scratching the surface of this amazing landscape.
Please feel free to browse my portfolio of photographs, if you have any questions or comments please do drop me a line.
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All photographs can be purchased as a high quality prints. Unmounted, mounted & signed or as a canvas.
Secure payments are made direct through PayPal. You can pay for prints using either a credit / debit card or a PayPal account if you have one. I'm also happy to accept cheques or direct bank transfers and provide invoices for corporate clients.
I will endeavour to process orders as quickly as possible and turnaround times are usually less than 10 days for prints. Canvases take a little longer up to 14 days. If your order is urgent please email me before ordering and I'll see what I can do.
£3 orders under £20
£4 orders from £20 to £40
£6.50 orders over £40
I post worldwide, postage and packing charges are the same for any destination. International customers are responsible for any additional import duties.
Stock / Digital images:
For stock photography or digital images please see my digital price list.
All photographs are printed by a professional photo lab onto Fuji Crystal Archive lustre photographic paper. This paper is rated as fade resistant for over 100 years and has the same look and feel as a traditional silver halide photograph.
Unmounted prints may have a small white border surrounding the print depending on the photographs proportions, they are packaged either flat or rolled depending on size.
Mounted prints are first mounted onto stiff card, using fastmount permanent backing board. The print is then fitted behind a bevel edged window mount. I use Arqadia hayseed mount-board, which is just off-white with a slight texture and measures 1.4mm thick. It sets a photograph off nicely and in my experience works well with all frame combinations being very neutral. All mounted prints are signed in pencil at the bottom right corner.
I've included the final sizes of mounted prints in cm so all you need to do is buy a suitable sized frame and slip it straight in.
All mounted photographs are supplied flat in card packaging, as a result mounted prints larger than 12"x8" can only be posted to UK addresses.
Canvases are printed onto 350gsm 100% cotton using Ultrachrome K3 inks. These inks have high image stability and are fade resistant for up to 75 years.
The stretcher bars are 18mm deep. Depending on the image I either print "gallery wraps" (image wraps around edge of canvas) or "plain edge wraps" (white edges). This varies from image to image depending on how close important details are to the edge of the frame. When you order I will let you know.
Canvas prints are ready to hang as soon as you have unpacked them.
Unfortunately canvases can only be posted to UK addresses.
Framed Prints: Unfortunately I do not post framed photographs.
For Cambridge based customers who can pick up or corporate customers I can frame photos for you, for further details and pricing please get in touch.
Frame recommendations: I can recommend Nielsen frames which are readily available on Amazon in a variety of sizes and finishes. Recently I have been framing photos in Nielsen Apollo Black frames. Whatever frame you choose I would always recommend you opt for real glass not plastic glazing.
Please note that I have included the final size of mounted prints in cm so you can buy a suitable sized frame. Mounted prints are ready to slip straight into the frame of your choice.
I first started taking photographs at the age of 11 after buying my first camera, an Olympus OM2n. My dad taught me the fundamentals of aperture and shutter speeds, but other than that I'm entirely self taught. Using film on a manual camera really helped me understand the the mechanics of photography.
A few years down the line I added an Olympus OM4ti to my kit and set up my own black and white darkroom. I spent many hours developing images in cramped and stuffy conditions. It was great fun, but the results were often a little hit or miss. The darkroom kit was sold to help fund a film scanner. At this stage I was stuck half way between analogue and digital photography.
I live and work in Cambridge and I'm married with two daughters. I have a selection of Cambridge photographs at cambridgeimages.co.uk
As well as selling prints and canvases I also sell stock / digital images for personal, commercial or business use. For more details please see my digital price list.
If there is a particular photograph / format you can't find, or for any other information please contact me at one of the links below.
My current equipment:
Canon 5d mk4, 5d mk2, Canon 400d | Canon 16-35mm (f4), Canon 24-70mm (f4), Canon 70-200mm (f4), Canon 50mm stm (f1.8), Zuiko 50mm (f1.8), Sigma 50mm macro (f2.5), Zuiko 135mm (f2.8), Tamron 28-75mm (f2.8) | Kenko 1.4x teleconverter | Feisol & Slik tripods | Speedlite 430ex | Kase Wolverine filters & filter holder | Various Lowepro bags