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Sam Gregory is a landscape and fine art photographer based on the south coast of England in beautiful Dorset. Like many it was travelling that first inspired his love of photography, a desire to capture the differing landscapes he encountered around the world as a youngster fired by his curiosity and wonder of the natural world. Originally the image making process was about capturing a memory, but as the years went by the creative possibilities of photography began to take hold and a whole new world opened up.

Sam Gregory

Now his focus is on working with the landscape to explore its character and revealing some of its wonder, be it seen or unseen. Driven by a desire to show the natural beauty of the world in his own aesthetic, Sam believes there are image making possibilities all around us. Be it in your back garden, local woodland or beach. Fundamentally he believes that the best image making experiences and satisfaction comes from really getting to know a landscape and culture and then applying your skills to create a compelling visual narrative.

Sam shoots with film and digital set-ups and is comfortable using various techniques from ICM to long exposure and macro, and believes the image making process is multi-step with equal weight being given to each stage. From receptiveness in the landscape to cultivating a visual concept and creating images in the field. Finally finishing with post-processing, printing and presentation to fully realise the vision. You may also have heard Sam on ‘The Togcast – Photography Podcast’ which is the UK’s leading photography podcast. He also leads workshops and tours in the UK and further afield for Light & Land.

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  1. Malcolm Cole

    One of the best evenings I have had at SPS.
    Speaker communicated well, very clear laid out plan for the evening. His views were sometimes controversial but always backed up with his reasoning. The subject matter was somewhat difficult to understand but Sam carefully led us through his ideas explaining himself in detail as needed. In this way his ideas and resultant presentation were both enjoyable and inspiring.

    Oh, I for got to mention his photographs: really rather beautiful…

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