www.johnfinneyphotography.com

  

Hi, I am a full-time landscape and storm photographer based in the stunning Derbyshire High Peak, I love to get out into the great outdoors to capture some of the best light available.

So why not join me? I am now running one - on - one tailored tuition workshops in the beautiful Peak District National Park.

You can find out more details here...

  

A bit more about me...

As well as running my own workshops, I am also a storm chasing photography tour guide for www.weatherholidays.com

I also supply many clients with my landscape photography work including the national press, my work is sold around the world and I have had countless published images over the years.

I have a long list of awarded images in National and International competitions including winning the prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year, Classic View category.

  

My landscape and storm images are available as prints/framed prints & canvases from my print website here...

  

To contact me about anything at all including workshops etc please contact me here...

  

All images are copyright © John Finney photography

Please contact me here before using any of my images, Thank you.

 

If you enjoy my work but do not wish to buy anything you can still show your support and make a donation

to help me cover costs so I can continue producing artwork in these difficult times, thank you!

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  • JoinedJuly 2008
  • OccupationProfessional landscape photographer
  • Current cityHigh Peak, Derbyshire.
  • CountryEngland
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Almost all the photos are of enormous visual impact, thanks to the skill and patience of the photographer and his enviable work in progress. What strikes me most, in a gallery of masterpieces, are the meteorological photos. The great sharpness and cleanliness of shots already in themselves masterpieces, is certainly a… Read more

Almost all the photos are of enormous visual impact, thanks to the skill and patience of the photographer and his enviable work in progress. What strikes me most, in a gallery of masterpieces, are the meteorological photos. The great sharpness and cleanliness of shots already in themselves masterpieces, is certainly a great added value in situations of compromised or partial light and with inevitable mists due to high humidity in the air column, although in the great plains of the United States, contrary to the European plains, the atmosphere is drier in the lower layers due to the greater solar heating of more southern latitudes and the different overall morphology of the territory with the fundamental block of zonality by the Rocky mountains. This also helps the teaching/didactics of these incredible photos where the absence of low and accessory clouds allows you to perfectly admire the structure of these extreme phenomena, which in Europe, especially towards the Atlantic and in the Mediterranean area are less defined. I would like to make a small note, but that is not a criticism, God forbid, only a very personal point of view: there are shots that are, in my humble opinion, "too" sharp, clean, contrasted and saturated in weather conditions and light that to define "difficult" is an understatement. In my small way, if I ever had the opportunity, the means and the ability to take pictures of this level, I would reduce a bit the work in post-production, losing, perhaps, very little in terms of visual impact, while you would gain that really bit of verisimilitude that is sometimes sacrificed, to the expert and attentive eye, in the name of a great, stunning, show. Only those who have tried to be a "storm seeker/chaser" know how much patience, how much time and space, how much skill, strength and means are necessary to be able to capture very short moments on the tripod with strong winds and downpours of rain and I don't even enter about the great risk of being very close to Mesoscale Convective Systems/MCS and Supercells with related tornadoes, 900.000.000V lightning bolt and devasting hail.

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July 27, 2021

Une galerie remplie de ciels tous plus beaux et extraordinaires les uns que les autres, de belles compositions de paysages et de magnifiques lumières. Du très beau travail

September 24, 2020

Wow! I could literally 'favorite' every single one of your images. I'd love to read how you find these locations and phenomenal weather.

October 11, 2019
Harde says:

I am somewhat speechless in being the first to write something here. But on the other hand, I'm not surprised, because your overwhelming photo works also make me speechless. So let me just say: My deepest respect for great courage and great amount of time chasing these fascinating storms and great photographic art! Tha… Read more

I am somewhat speechless in being the first to write something here. But on the other hand, I'm not surprised, because your overwhelming photo works also make me speechless. So let me just say: My deepest respect for great courage and great amount of time chasing these fascinating storms and great photographic art! Thank you and all the best for future works!

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August 10, 2019