This photograph of Bristol’s most famous Clifton Suspension Bridge is available for sale as a signed limited edition print. The image has created a lot of interest when on display in the studio. It is made up of the combination of 20 photographs to increase both the detail resolution of the image and also the…Details
A black and white long exposure photograph of Stonehenge in Wiltshire by Gary Newman. This photograph was the winning entry of the English Heritage Stonehenge photography competition. Check out other long exposure photography by specialist Gary Newman
Another panoramic photograph of the Grade 1 listed terrace house on Sion Hill and the Clifton Suspension Bridge. I know it is a cliche subject, but as a photographer we are always trying to be original. Somehow I really like this version. The composition of the sweeping catenary of the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the…Details
This is probably one of the highest resolution panorama that I have put together. From left to right the panorama photo shows Bridge House at the top of Sion Hill, the beautiful Georgian terrace down past the Avon Gorge Hotel, panning down to the City of Bristol and the Cumberland Basin. The extreme resolution of…Details
The village of Ramberg is situated on the outskirts of Lofoten in Norway. The photograph by Gary Newman is typical of his work, a long exposure and a square in format and this one is good to view it in colour. Much of his work is monochrome black and white and this photograph is one…Details
“Into the Mist” a black and white photograph by Gary Newman of Marine Lake Causeway, Weston Super Mare.
Panoramic colour photograph of Pero’s Bridge crossing the Bristol Harbour Docks. The bridge is an interesting structure, known locally as the ‘Horney’ bridge but named after Pero, a slave who lived in Bristol in the 18th century. The panoramic photograph is a full 360 degrees and assembled from the combination of 18 photographs.
The Panopticon Halo is 18m in diameter and constructed on a hill above Haslingden in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire.
The Clifton Observatory is the small tower on the left hand side which was originally a windmill built in 1766 to grind snuff. Unfortunately a few years later it was damaged in a gale and caught fire and then lay derelict until 1828 when it was refurbished to accommodate a camera obscura which is still…Details