Hi there! I'm Rob, nice to meet you! 
By day I'm a software engineer, but outside of work I like to try my hand at a bit of photography. 
I've been shooting for over 15 years now, and have tried my hand at a bit of everything. Over the years I've covered sports and events for the local papers, done a few weddings, dabbled (briefly) in some astrophotography and macro, but it was when I went to Iceland that Landscapes became my thing.
I'm a big fan of colour and simplicity, but I'm happy just getting out and seeing different places in their best light, and photography gives me that chance to go exploring that I never would normally do.
I'm certainly no expert, and can't hold a candle to some of the wonderful photographers I've met over the years, but I enjoy the process and it gives me a small creative outlet away from the 9 to 5.
I hope you enjoy my little selection of photos. I also have a little blog which documents some of my more interesting trips over the years, or if you are more socially inclined, you can find me on FacebookInstagram and Threads.
My kit
They say the kit is the least important part of photographing, and that's right, to a degree, but that doesn't mean I don't have my personal favourites.
I currently use a Nikon D850, LEE filters and Manfrotto or Three Legged Thing tripods with a Gitzo ball head.
I also use a battered old Lowepro bag I got off my uncle which is still going strong, a Peak Design strap, and a shuny bronze Three Legged Thing L-bracket, which was probably my best ever purchase.
My stance on processing
The photos you see here are the result of a certain amount of post processing. I think its utter madness that anyone wouldn't process their images. I'm no purist, and I've not met a single photographer worth their salt who doesn't process what comes straight out of the camera. 
Landscape photography is an artistic endeavour, so I will enhance my images to reflect the feeling of the scene I was trying to capture. I will never heavily alter a scene (outside of occasional fun experimentation!) and will only remove small distracting elements if necessary.