We take a look inside Justin Minn's new guide, Photographing East Anglia, in which his glorious shots of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex show this area is worth getting the camera out for...
As famed photographer David Noton says in the foreword to Justin Minns’ new photo-location guidebook to East Anglia: “The predominantly flat landscapes of East Anglia are not easy to photograph”.
East Anglia, covering the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and parts of Essex, is probably not typically thought of as a hot location for epic landscape shots, but perhaps that is all about to change.
Here a few fine photographs starting to change that perception...
Over 528 pages, Justin Minns takes readers on a photographic journey visiting windmills and wind-pumps that look over a timeless landscape of reedbeds and grazing marshes, and on the coast he takes readers to colourful beach huts and old harbours filled with boats.
Each location has its own chapter, with a descriptive introduction and viewpoint descriptions and stunning photographs illustrate what is possible. Written directions and location co-ordinates and postcodes, along with detailed OS maps make it easy to get to the parking spot.
Photographing East Anglia is a mixture of visual inspiration and practical advice and information — to browse at home with your feet up, then to take with you when you head out, giving you a head start when conditions are good.
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