Interview With Landscape Photographer, Daniel Wretham
Updated: Aug 4
I was fortunate enough to be asked to do an interview by HQB Media who are big into supporting Dorset's landscape photographers.
You can see the interview on their website HERE or read the text portion only below
Under the quote, “Chase light, not likes,” the landscape photographer Daniel Wretham pursue the best views in Bournemouth and the areas around. The artist, who fell in love with the Dorset coastline and the countryside, chats with us about his passion for this profession, which is, first of all, an enjoyment.
WHERE ARE YOU FROM ORIGINALLY?
Originally I was born in Colchester in Essex. I moved to Dorset when I was 13, when my father’s job brought us down here, and I instantly fell in love with it. It was so different from Essex, far more countryside and lots of scenic coastline.
DO YOU REMEMBER YOUR FIRST CONTACT WITH A CAMERA?
Originally I purchased my first camera in my twenties, which was a film camera. I mainly shot wildlife and the occasional sunset with it, as I was very much a newbie and just shot things that interested me. But this fuelled my passion for it, despite film shooting being a lot more tricky to master than digital.