Landscape Photography of Dartmoor and the Wilderness
Wilderness Landscape Photography by Alex Nail
Welcome to my online landscape photography gallery of Dartmoor and the wilderness. Dartmoor is the home of my photography but I also travel further afield to wilderness areas in the UK and abroad in search unique and spectacular images.
Landscape photography is a great passion of mine and occupies the majority of my spare time. I am often found hiking over Dartmoor's tors and also like wild camping, particularly in the mountains. Increasingly I am drawn to remote wilderness landscapes which often present a greater challenge along with an unrivalled sense of solitude.
When classic locations have become overrun with landscape photographers I like to head out in search of new scenes and inspiration. I most enjoy capturing landscape photos of sweeping vistas rich in depth and colour.
I like to share my enthusiasm for landscape photography with others and I have written a number of articles for photography magazines. I also run 1-to-1 photography workshops at weekends throughout the year.
My images are available as prints through my website. I also sell digital images for publications and website use please contact me with any queries you may have. I hope you enjoy looking through my gallery!
Landscape Photography Blog
I just asked a question on Twitter to two 5DmkII users as to whether they use the custom modes. I was surprised to hear them both say no. One said “I don’t use them, never needed to…..I think” – that’s true but it kind of misses the point. Custom Modes , if you are lucky [...]
Yesterday morning I packed up my computer, camera gear and overnight bag ready to drive back to Devon. I loaded my PC and overnight bag into the boot of the car, but noticed that a rubbish bag had been left out overnight on the pavement and a fox had torn into it. I returned to [...]
This year for the first time I will be holding a group wild camping workshop over 5 days in the Highlands of Scotland. Assynt is an area of enormous photographic potential loved by hikers and photographers alike. We will be wild camping on summits in the area so we can be on location for sunrise [...]
Walking up through seemingly endless pine forest one thing was pretty apparent – it was too hot. I’ve complained about our recent cold UK summers, but hot weather is horrible to hike in, particularly if you are going uphill with a big backpack. The valley temperature in Gesause, Austria was around 30 Celsius for our entire [...]