Emily Caswell Photography

Welcome to the website of Emily Caswell Photography. I am currently in my second year at University College Falmouth, studying Marine & Natural History Photography. I specialise in Wildlife & Equestrian photography. I work exclusively with Nikon equipment delivering top quality images.
My work can be viewed at: http://500px.com/EmilyCaswell. Should you have a brief or commission, wish to purchase an image, or simply just wish to register an interest please email me with your enquiries at emilycaswell@live.com

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TJ’s project is exploring the relationship between divers and the sea.  Through portraiture he hopes to show the variety of people who enjoy diving in the UK, despite the often challenging conditions.

 British marine life and habitats are often overlooked when compared to tropical waters; despite this, diving in the UK is still a popular activity which offers a unique opportunity to experience nature.

www.tjhughesphotographer.com

www.facebook.com/tjhughesphotographer

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Emily’s nine day photography adventure took her across the south east coast of Iceland. Her nine day trip took here through some of Iceland’s most picturesque destinations, starting in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik. From there her travels took her to two more check points; Vik and Vagnsstaðir. Throughout the trip Emily photographed such locations as Seljalandsfoss waterfall, Eyjafjallajokull volcano which erupted in 2010 and caused enormous disruption to air travel across western and northern Europe over an initial period of six days. The two highlights of the trip took place near Jökulsárlón. The first was sighting of the Aurora Borealis and the other was a three hour ice cave tour inside Glacier Breiðamerkurjökull. Glacier Breidamerkurjokull counts among the largest glacier tongues of the country. Its ice-flow has a southerly direction from the icecap Vatnajokull and carves the landscape on its way. Up until the 19th century, the glacier tongue advanced until only 200 metres remained between its edge and the sea. Since then it has retreated considerably, especially after 1930.

http://emilycaswellphotography.photodeck.com

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Ending my fifth night in Iceland by sitting under the stars and photographing the Northern lights with @tom_cas1 #instagram #webstagram #photoftheday #photography #northernlights #stars #mountains #iceland2014 #iceland @charlotte19_

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Ending my fifth night in Iceland by sitting under the stars and photographing the Northern lights with @tom_cas1 #instagram #webstagram #photoftheday #photography #northernlights #stars #mountains #iceland2014 #iceland @charlotte19_

Alys Barlow

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Alys’ project looks into animals kept in captivity around the UK, focusing on the welfare and conditions the animals are kept in.

Alys experimented with a variety of different techniques to try and create striking images that allows the viewer to reconsider their opinions with…

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Iceland 2014

The trip to Iceland began badly when the first day was wasted by sadcars car rental company!
Day two in Reykjavik made up for it though, with a Whale watching tour with Elding whale watching tour company. On this three hour tour I saw a humpback whale, which was an amazing sight to witness. I spent the morning photographing down on the harbour and then to end the day on a relaxing note, went to the Blue lagoon.

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Welcome to the page for third year Marine & Natural History Photography students external exhibition, ‘the Colours of the Earth’.

We are a collection of 21 photographers and filmmakers, investigating different practices themed around natural history.

The exhibition will contain a wide variety of…

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Iceland 2014 equipment.

In only a few days I shall be heading to Iceland for nine days. Here’s the equipment I shall be taking.
To back up all my photographic work whilst out in Iceland, I shall be using my Mac and new 2tb LaCie hard drive