Chris Button Photography

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh Castle

Welcome to Chris Button Photography

This website is a collection of my favourite landscape and macro images mainly from the New Forest, Hampshire and Dorset.

Featured Print

Trevose Head

Trevose Head

The lighthouse at Trevose Head which overlooks the strangely named Stinking Cove. This image was taken more than 30 minutes after sunset and it was so dark that the pinks in the sky were not visible to the naked eye,

About Chris

My interest in photography began with an interest in wildlife and a desire to 'capture' the Butterflies and Dragonflies I was seeing. Visiting inspiring and beautiful locations looking for wildlife then led to an interest in Landscape photography.

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— Images from June 2016 createsend.com/t/r-57172BF472…

— A tranquil evening at Bosham pic.twitter.com/2NyNkzZvmV

Tuition

Are you looking to develop your Landscape Photography skills?

I am pleased to offer landscape photography courses including 121 and small group tuition and also 3 hour taster sessions (max attendees 10) for people who would like an introduction to Landscape Photography.

Tuition and workshops are tailored to suit your experience and requirements. My aim is that you enjoy the day with the emphasis on trying out the things you’ve learned in inspiring locations such as the New Forest in Hampshire or the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

Calendars and Cards

My 2017 Calendar "Hampshire & Dorset" is now available. The Calendar is A3 size incorporating an A4 photograph and plenty of room for events and messages. Now on higher quality 250gsm paper but at the same price, £7.50 plus £1.49 postage. Reserve your copy before this limited print run sells out.

Whats been happening

2017 Calendar “Hampshire & Dorset” available now

19th July 2016

My 2017 Calendar "Hampshire & Dorset" is now available. The Calendar is A3 size incorporating an A4 photograph and plenty of room for

Latest Image

Red-eyed Damselfly

Red-eyed Damselfly

Eyeworth Pond in the New Forest has a good population of Red-eyed Damselflies. I’d photographed them before but because the males usually rest on lily pads quite a distance from the shoreline decent photographs

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