Trevor Cotton

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About

I'm an enthusiast DSLR photographer, and my home county is Hampshire, in the UK.

For me, photography is about the creative interpretation of a scene rather than a record. Photography is an art form and as such there are no rules, except to try and create an image that engages the viewer.

As you can tell from the examples here, my interests are primarily with coastal subjects, which especially lend themselves to black and white conversion, and the long exposure techniques I favour. Greatly inspired by the Japanese aesthetic, many here are minimalist in composition with long exposures creating an ethereal harmony between sky and sea.


Works

The red stack

Resisting the inevitable

Perched

Fit for purpose

Abandonment

Marking the mist

First steps

Being there

The path

Multiple mayhem

Tracks

Board walk

Below

Fleet lagoon

Before it's time

Head and shoulders

Squared

Pairs plus one

From repel to attract

Riverside II

When the ship comes in

Bridged

Demarcation

Reclaimed

Missed opportunities

The Solent

Sekijoju

Defiance

Too many tides

End of the pier