Welcome to our latest feature article where we will be showcasing the work of local photographers on a weekly basis. This week we host some brilliant work from a varied bunch, all of which have very different approaches to photography! Let us know what you think of the stunning shots published this evening, and make sure to follow The Skipton Press to stay up to date with this weekly feature.
If you have a photographic inclination, send your photographs, along with a short bio about yourself and your inspiration to Photography@theskiptonpress.co.uk to be featured in next week’s edition.
Phil Peake is a local photographer who captures stunning scenes on a regular basis, The Skipton Press has long been a fan of his work. In fact, we featured him in a profile article a few months ago, you can read that here: http://theskiptonpress.co.uk/phil-peake-local-photographer-captures-skipton-unique-way
I’m originally from Birmingham but moved to Skipton 2 1/2 years ago. I took up photography after my husband Skipton police Sgt Harry Spence passed away in march 2015. I’ve found photography very relaxing in body mind and soul and am often seen around Skipton taking photographs.
I’m Jude Kershaw, 15 and from Skipton. I specialise in authentic vintage portraits, working both on 120 roll film and digitally. I’ve been taking photographs for the past two years and hope to do for many more!