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Geoff has selected the best of
breed software solution to handle the essential office tasks of image
cataloguing, retrieval and distribution by implementing Microsoft Expression
Media - iView MediaPro 3 to optimise his digital asset management workflow. To view Geoff's iViewMedia Pro3 showcase "Capturing the essence
of nature" and learn about his
digital asset management workflow methodology
or on the banner below.
b o o k -
t h e r e a l m o f n a t u r e
The Geoff Simpson Calendar 2008
"The Realm of Nature" will be available. Printed to the most exacting standard. This exceptional art calendar is available from all good bookshops and via this website. The
coffee-table book "The Realm of Nature" and a selection of
greetings cards from images from the book will be available from Spring
a r t c a l e n d a r 2 0 0 8
a n d g r e e t i n g s
c a r d s
to view a larger image please click
on a thumbnail below to view
Art Calendar 14.95 inc. P&P UK & EEC
only. Greetings Cards - choose any 5 images - £10.95. inc. P&P UK only.
To order simply
your name and address.
p r o j e c t s
2 0 0 7 - 2 0 0 8
Images of nature using the Canon 24mm f3.5L
and 90mm f2.8 Tilt & Shift lenses and the unique perspective these
outstanding lenses are capable of delivering.
Long-term project to depict Kinder Scout &
Bleaklow in the Dark Peak region of the Peak District National Park,
throughout the seasons.
The Peak District's more remote gritstone
outcrops in the exquisite light of dawn and dusk.
Images of the two of the Algarve's most
magnificent creatures the Two-tailed Pasha, Europe's largest and most
tropical looking butterfly and further coverage of Algarve's chameleon
population along the Ria Formosa coastline.
Evocative images of the bird and plant life of
the Ria Formosa and Cape Vincent regions of the Algarve, Portugal.
Gemstones crystals including Amber,
Andalusite, Spodumene, Tourmaline and Zoisite to name a few...
An in-depth photographic portrayal of
Britain's rarest and most colourful reptile, the race of sand lizard's
found along the coastal sand dunes of Merseyside.
a r t i s t
a n d d e s i g n e r ' s f a i r
t h e p a v i l l i o n g a r d e n s , b u x t o n
t h r o u g h o u t 2 0 0 8
e x h
i b i t i o n
b a i l i f f g a t e m u s e u m,
a l n w i c k , n o r t h u m b e r l a n d
m a r c h - a p r i l 2 0 0 8
flora and fauna of the British Isles and Iberia are brought to life here in
a stunning interactive style. A print exhibition will be accompanied by an
interactive audio-visual presentation. Exhibition prints will be available
together with a collection of greeting cards and unframed prints.
w o r d s o f w i s d
"One of the biggest mistakes a photographer can make is to
look at the real world and cling to the vain hope that next time his film
will somehow bear a closer resemblance to it… If we limit our vision to the real world, we will forever be fighting on the
minus side of things, working only too make our photographs equal to what we
see out there, but no better."
"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s
peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow
their own freshness into you… while cares will drop off like autumn leaves."
“When I’m ready to make a photograph, I think I quite
obviously see in my minds eye something that is not literally there in the
true meaning of the word. I’m interested in something which is built up from
within, rather than just extracted from without.”
"Those who contemplate the
beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as
"Our relationship with the earth
must be like our relationship with one another...a ceaseless exercise in
f i n a l t h o u g h t
"At the end of the nineteenth
century, national parks and nature reserves began to appear in many parts of
the world. At around the same time in Europe, the concept of ecology, the
scientific study of the relationship between living creatures and their
habitat, began to become an important issue. People in industrialised
societies, particularly in the developed countries, began to realise that
nature and the environment must be protected. Never has nature been so well
understood and yet never has nature been so under threat. How can the
development of the human race be reconciled with a more rational use of
natural resources? Are we a part of nature or are we apart from it? Should
we intervene or simply let things take their course?"
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