Landscape Photographer

About Tristan Campbell Photography

Tristan Campbell is a landscape photographer and website developer based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. All images are available and prints and for licencing, please use the contact form for a quote.

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Prints

All images are available as prints, get in touch for a quote.

Image licencing

All images available for image licencing. My images have been used for book covers and magazine covers to shop and restaurant walls.

Recent client commissions

Marc Adamus

http://www.marcadamus.com/

"Tristan is a UK based photographer who produces some of the most sensitive, magical and evocative landscape images I've seen. Nearly every one of his images has a thought-provoking quality that endears me to them and gives his work lasting impact. He is a master at capturing moods. His photographs range from the quiet, lonely, ethereal and mysterious, and open the doors to our imagination. Tristan's work has always kept me looking because I find such emotion in his work. It tells of a fusion between what was captured by the camera and the essential vision of the photographer. It's something I strive for myself - to not only capture a time and place, but to capture something of your experience and relationship with nature as well. There's a magical brilliance about all of Tristan's painterly images that showcases his unique vision and his connection the places he photographs."

Mountain Trail Blog

David Clapp

http://www.davidclapp.co.uk/

"Tristan's image has a really strong sensory appeal; it flows and fits together, but at the same time it doesn't adhere to any conventional photographic structure ... at the same time, the scence is joyfully under-saturated compared to a modern digital shot. I find this image to be a sanctuary, a departure from the pressures of my working world. Tristan's a painter, and he brings a different mindset to this scene that transcends the digital masses. There is a photographic freedom here that I enjoy without defining - a pure emotional response. It's a freedom I'd like to explore..."

Digital Camera Magazine

Joe Cornish

http://www.joecornish.com/

"This picture is quite magical, capturing the essential elements of a winter morning. The success of the composition lies in its simplicity and clarity. The wall's converging perspective draws us into the depths of the picture space, where we find the tree, whose beautiful canopy is asymmetrical, like the composition itself. The mist creates a haunting atmosphere, whilst the crispness of the froston the wall, such a symbol of the Yorkshire landscape, is a tangible counterpoint. The deep winter snowfields and weeks of subzero temperatures some of us remember from childhood are now only a memory, and as global warming gathers pace, scenes such as this may become rare indeed. In that sense, the photograph is also a poignant reminder of the fading beauty of winter. "

North Yorkshire Times