About

Graham Lyth

Hi, and thanks for visiting. I’m a British photographer, based in Shropshire, England, and I love landscape and travel photography.

What I Do

As you will see from my galleries, landscape and travel photography is my passion and I’m lucky enough to have visited and photographed some very special places. When on location, I like to slow down where possible and take inspiration from the mood and feeling of the surroundings. The early morning and late evening are the times where the light really starts to bring out the character of a location, and I am rarely happy with images shot during other times of the day.

I’m thrilled to have supplied many of my photographs as prints for customers around the world, and have been published in books, brochures, postcards and textbooks. Some of my images have been used for six-foot long enlargements in a children’s museum, bespoke artwork for restaurant walls, and even printed on Christmas decorations!

If you would like to discuss stock use, please get in contact. Many of my images can also be found on Alamy.

The Gear

I’m often asked what gear I use. I used 35mm Fuji transparency film along with Kodak HIE Infrared and Ilford Black & White, for over ten years. The images I shot, in particular from trips to the American Southwest (some of which can be seen on this site), have served me well. I made the switch to digital – and Nikon – in 2004, and now primarily use a Nikon D800 with a selection of Nikon lenses and accessories. I also use Manfrotto tripods and monopods, Really Right Stuff, Hejnar clamps and plates, and filters from B+W, Lee and Nikon.

 

Thanks again for visiting.