An illustrated talk about creative approaches to landscape photography
Thank you so, so much for your truly great presentation.  I think you’ll probably realise that it went down really well!  You were so engaging - and I know that it left many of our members feeling totally enthused.  
A fantastic night!

- June Poston, President & Syllabus Secretary, Crosby Camera Club
​“One the most engaging evenings we’ve had here in recent years."
- Richard Barrett, Programme Secretary, Chester Photographic Society
“Your talk to us last season had a profound effect on our members… and the buzz is still there."
- Ian Stanley, Programme Secretary, Frodsham & District Photographic Society

​​My talk Messing About with the Landscape is designed both to entertain and to stimulate creativity amongst attendees.
Lasting approx 1.5 hours, my presentation covers:
      > how photographers and painters portray the landscape differently
      > how and why I moved away from traditional landscape photography to a more creative approach
      > the techniques I use; ICM, double exposures, diffusers, selective focusing
      > equipment and camera settings
      > post processing
      > tips and tricks for creative approaches to landscape
      > discussion / questions and answers.
The talk can be structured with a tea / comfort break in the middle.
The talk is illustrated with:
      > many PDI images of my work and that of a few others
      > a selection of prints
      > two audio-visual presentations.
Reflecting the enthusiasm amongst members that my talk often generates, several clubs have followed up by arranging a 'creative landscape challenge' and inviting me back to informally judge or review the results.  In other cases, I have been engaged to run a creative landscape workshop.

If you would like to arrange for me to talk at your club, please send me a message via my contact page.

" exceptional evening with Mark Reeves with inspirations as diverse as Turner and Rothko, and using techniques including slow shutters, double exposures and ICM, he showed us some exceptional painterly and serene images."
- Pamela Jones, President, Bath Photographic Society

“I loved your boldness of approach and utter conviction to do something that was not only excellent, but also so different.  The entire night was extremely well put together and I am so pleased that I’d asked you to open up our 2022/23 season."
- Colin Trow-Poole FRPS, Programme Secretary, Beacon Camera Club
"Don’t bother with my tripod … hand me a plastic bag!!!
- Les Stringer, Programme Secretary, Wilmslow Guild Photographic Society
Previous and upcoming presentations of this talk include:

- Bungay Camera Club (October 2025)
- Conwy Camera Club (January 2025)

- Atherton & District Photographic Society (October 2024)
- Newport Camera Club, Shropshire (April 2024)
- Northallerton Camera Club (March 2024)

- SRGB Group, Ainsdale (February 2024)
- Images Photographic Group, The Hague (November 2023)
- St Helens Camera Club (September 2023)
- Irby Artists (July 2023)
- Holmes Chapple Photographic Society (May 2023) 
- South Liverpool Photographic Society (January 2023)
- Crosby Camera Club (November 2022)
- Heswall Photographic Society (November 2022)
- Devizes Camera Club (October 2022)
- Beacon Camera Club (September 2022)
- Royal Photographic Society (North Wales Region) (May 2022)
- Muswell Hill Photographic Society (May 2021)
- Bath Photographic Society (April 2021)
- Southport Photographic Society (March 2021)
- Wilmslow Guild Photographic Society (January 2021)
- RPS Visual Art Group (SW Region) (October 2020)
- Mold Camera Club (October 2020)
- Berwick & District Camera Club (September 2020)
- Frodsham & District Photographic Society (November 2019)
- Chester Photographic Society (November 2019)
- Hoylake Photographic Society (November 2019)
- Royal Photographic Society, Visual Art conference (September 2019)
- Frodsham & District Photographic Society (March 2019)
- Haddington Camera Club (December 2018)

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