Free Photo Clinic on 20th January

Free Photography ClinicAt The Bauhaus Cafe and Gallery, Ashford10am to 2pm on January 20th, 2017 Do you have a photo-query? Are you having trouble with pictures that are to dark or to bright? Perhaps you have images you’d like to get assessed? Then pop in and meet with Doug Harman at the Bauhaus Cafe and Gallery, Ashford, Kent, on Friday January 20th, 2017.The free, drop-in style session runs … Read More

Shoot Stunning Images, Improve Your Photography… Today!

Want to shoot stunning images?Book a 1-2-1 Photographic Workshop TodayFrom Wye Downs to Chatham, Challock to Folkestone.Here is a new set of my mages from my recent adventures in photography, some with a camera and some are images worked on, on my computer.From taking and making great images to tweaking and enhancing images on PC, using Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom and photographic filters, I can help you master them all.I hope you like these … Read More

Moray Firth Views, Burghead and Findhorn Bay and Beach Huts

Moray Firth, Findhorn and BurgheadI spent time last week in Scotland, near Forres about 40-miles outside of Inverness, the UK’s most northerly city.Visiting with our Scottish family members is always nice, but I also knew it would be a great opportunity to snap some great shots and here are a few of the first images from the trip.The first images are from a visit to Findhorn and Findhorn Bay. … Read More

Doug Harman Photography Blog – September 2016

Ready to Set Sail with Capture and Create It’s been a busy time here over the summer months because I have built with my business partner Sue Chapman ARPS CAPGB. The new business venture, Capture and Create provides luxury photography teaching holidays, retreats and cruises. The new Capture and Create website is live (so pop over for a peek) and now has a full suite of information on all the various … Read More


A New Photography Project… “Doorways” Inspiration has arrived (again) and I’ve started a new project, the first instalment is… Photographing doorways. Yes, before you ask, I do have an anorak! Seriously, I was inspired by a visit to Dunkirk in France, where the rather eclectic mix of sea-facing doorways took my interest as I wandered down the seafront on a rather grey and sombre afternoon, and I thought, “what could … Read More

Lavender: Paris and Provence Gallery

Paris, Provence and Lavender Gallery Updated It’s a short and sweet blog today ladies and gents, because it’s a busy Sunday for me, but I just wanted to share another image from my new Paris and Provence gallery with images of lavender fields, sunflowers, and Paris landmark. I hope you like the gallery. There’s more to follow and don’t forget to check out the rest of my work and … Read More

La Defence – Architectural Views

La Defence As part of my recent journey down to Provence in July, I stopped off in Paris for a few days (some Eiffel Tower images, I already blogged here) and visited La Defence. Unfortunately, the famous Grande Arche is closed for (what looks like serious) refurbishment, but it is still a fantastic place to shoot architectural views, so I did! Architectural Views From the steps in front the … Read More

Architectural Photography Web Site Updates

Busy Busy It’s been a busy morning here at Harman Towers, in Ashford, Kent. I’ve sorted through and uploaded imagery to my new website, photographs taken for my clients over the last couple of years. Over 3000 of them in fact. My new site allows users to both download their images and buy photo-related print products, from all within the new system. Monza Construction The first client … Read More

Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust – Children’s Dental Hospital

Children’s Dental Hospital Architectural Shoot, Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust An architectural commission I’m particularly proud of was the photography shot for Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital Trust Children’s Dental Hospital. It was one of those architectural jobs where I had to get everything shot in the hour or so between the builders finishing their last snagging and the end-user, in this case the clinicians and … Read More