John Miskelly is a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography and is one of the foremost fine art landscape photographers in the world today. A multi award-winning photographer, he specialises in stunning fine art landscape photography, from around the world. His style, which is instantly recognisable through the visual drama and artistry of his photography, is born of a keen eye for the many moods of the natural landscape and a life-long passion for the wilderness
His fine art landscape photography is an exploration of time, often using very long exposures ranging from 2 minutes duration to 8 minutes or even longer, aimed at giving a sense of time passing, whether that be in the movement of clouds across the sky or the smoothing of the water. His work is often about the connections and relationships between the natural elements around our coastline and the structures that have been created by man. John has chosen to work in colour, where his intention is to show the muted palette, most commonly found at the beginning and end of the day.
John says that he’s constantly looking for potential shapes or patterns that attract him and he is strongly influenced by simple yet strong compositional elements. Add to this the atmosphere, light, weather and movement that he is drawn to and you start to get the essence of his personal style, that leads to his fine art landscape photography that you will see on this site.
John delivers presentations on fine art landscape photography worldwide and also runs a number of photography workshops & tours. He has been commissioned by a wide range of prestigious clients including, Tourism Ireland, LEE Filters, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Mountaineering Ireland along with many other corporate and private clients.
John is an international Canson Ambassador and is delighted to use their fine art papers for all of his prints