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Skiddaw and Blencathra panorama from Tewet Tarn

Skiddaw and Blencathra panorama from Tewet Tarn

Welcome to Martin Lawrence Landscape Photography

I am a landscape photographer specialising in images of the English Lake District and Scotland. My work is well known in the Lake District area, where I exhibit in several local galleries and have monthly exhibition/sales at the Moot Hall in Keswick.

On this website you can view my wide portfolio of images, learn a little more about me and the equipment I use, find out about the courses that I offer and read some of my tips and articles on how to improve your own landscape photography. The site also includes a secure on-line shopping facility where you can buy high quality canvases, signed prints, framed photographs and greeting cards.

Featured Photographic Print

Butt of Lewis

Butt of Lewis

Digital Landscape Photography Courses

Whether you're a beginner or an intermediate in digital photography, my One-to-One and Small Group Digital Landscape Photography Courses are designed to give you both an informative and enjoyable experience.

Full Day One to One

Whether you’re a beginner or an intermediate in digital photography, my one-to-one tuition will be tailored to your needs so that you can get the most out of the day having had my undivided attention. My aim is that you leave at the end of your tuition with a greater understanding of the subject having had both an informative and enjoyable experience.

Photography Articles

Tips for Shooting in Wet Weather Conditions

1) Still go out and shoot Image 1 : Rainbow over Elterwater Tarn and the Langdales Most people look out through their lounge window, see it raining and put their camera straight back into their bag. Wrong!! You can get some of the most dramatic shots you’ll ever have taken in the rain – trust me. All you need to have is the right clothing for wet……

Locations to shoot

Castlehead

Take the B5289 Borrowdale road out of Keswick and, after about 200 yards, turn left up a short flight of stone steps into the woods. Follow any of the many paths up to the summit…