David Osborn

David Osborn

Born and raised in London, David began his working life as a news photographer and picture editor with Reuters News Agency in London, covering everything from royalty to conflict. David then moved into corporate photography shooting annual reports for international companies mainly in the electronics industry. David spent 35 years working as a professional photographer all over the world. Over the years, David combined his passion for the outdoors and photography with his interest in old master painting, shooting his own landscape photography and selling them in galleries in the USA and Dubai. This grew into his full time work now, teaching landscape photography and Photoshop. David runs personal photography workshops all over the world, mainly in Europe, teaching his unique landscape photography and Photoshop skills to photographers as one week personal workshops. Teaching photographer's to use photography as a creative and artistic medium for creating beautiful fine art landscape photographs with mood and drama. It has often been said, David's photographs look like paintings. This is what makes his photographs unique. Drawing on a lifetime of professional working photography experience, and his detailed knowledge of old master painting techniques, David combines both. The detail of photography and the qualities of painting to create unique and beautiful landscape photographs.
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Articles by David Osborn


Landscape & Environment

Panoramic Photography: The Psychological Power

Panoramic photography can create photographs with a psychological quality no other format can. Satisfy the logical side of our brain that we are seeing something


Camera & Technology

Creative Photographs: Tourist Locations

The Key is Aesthetic Skill. How many times do you walk away from a scene saying ‘I couldn’t see a good picture? The tourist location


Camera & Technology

Zero to Hero: Knowledge Saved The Day

Knowledge Saved The Day Knowledge weighs nothing, travels everywhere and is your camera bags number one asset. A holiday in Paris – then I saw


Landscape & Environment

Sky 7

Sky: Looking Into The Landscape’s Soul

“If eyes are windows to the soul in a portrait, sky is the window to the soul in a landscape” Portrait photography captures life and


Landscape & Environment

Pisa Conclusion

A moment of clarity: The Leaning Tower of Pisa and Florence

The danger of going somewhere well known is everyone’s going to have the same image. My images of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Florence