Phil Newberry - Fine Art Photographer

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4th December 2017 - awarded 8 Honourable Mentions at the ND Awards 2017 competition. You can learn more and see which images were awarded here.

New here? A bit about me...

I'm based in South-East England and work with a variety of photographic disciplines but tend to concentrate mostly on producing landscape, seascape and nature fine art, often in black and white. I particularly enjoy using techniques such as long exposure. These techniques often reveal a reality but one that is hidden until time is controlled in unexpected ways. 

All of the work you see here today is available for sale, mostly from this site, although some are only available in Limited Edition prints directly from me. Contact me using the text link above if you're interesting in purchasing one of those. I can also mount and frame prints too, if required. 

Use the Contact link above if you'd like to get in touch. You can also follow my activity and see other works by following the social media links above.

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Taken just after sunrise at Ditchling Beacon, Brighton.

Featured Photo


Seven spans of the wrought iron of Westminster Bridge, painted green to match the colour of the leather seats in the House of Commons, leads to Elisabeth Tower and the Palace of Westminster. Lambeth bridge, which is on the opposite side of the Houses of Parliament, is painted red to match the colour of the seats in the House of Lords.


The Door

The Door

Durdle Door at Lulworth Cove, Dorset, is formed from a layer of hard limestone standing almost vertically out of the sea. Normally layers of limestone would be horizontal. Only the most fundamental force in geology, plate tectonics, could have altered these rocks in this way.

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