Fine art photography by Guy Richardson

Guy Richardson is a professional landscape photographer and time-lapse filmmaker, known for his evocative images of the UK landscape. His films and images are used by some of the UK's largest tourism and conservation organisations, including Visit Britain and The Woodland Trust.

Guy is well known for his images of Cornwall and Dartmoor, where he spent his earlier years. Now based in Durham, he has a growing passion for the mountains of the UK, especially in Scotland. Guy spends much of his time in the wildest places of the UK, finding unique and powerful images that capture the landscape at its best.





Gitzo vs Sirui – Lightweight Tripod Comparison

Gitzo vs Sirui – Lightweight Tripod Comparison

13th September 2016

Tripods are essential for many forms of image making but no more so than for Landscape photography. Tripods not only provide stability, they are a platform to work from. Just like a painter and his easel they allow the user to tweak the composition, use different techniques and to simply step back and take your … Read More

Why I Carried 29kg into the Knoydart Wilderness

Why I Carried 29kg into the Knoydart Wilderness

21st June 2016

Out of breath, sweat pouring down my face and my legs trembling from the weight of my pack. Was this really how I wanted to be when taking photos in the wilderness? ‘Surely there’s an easier way’ I thought to myself as I pushed on towards the summit. It’s hard to know what drives you … Read More

CORROUR BOTHY: A winter adventure

CORROUR BOTHY: A winter adventure

2nd May 2016

The Cairngorms play host to some of the most inhospitable winter conditions in the UK. Numerous news stories of rescues and fatalities of climbers in the region make it seem daunting and inaccessible; a challenge for the seasoned climber, let alone your everyday photographer. Yet, in a way, these were the reasons that I wanted to go. … Read More