David Dixon Garden Photography


It was about 30 years ago that I first became mildly interested in photography. But it was the joining of a camera club that marked the transformation, and it quickly became a passion. Like many others, I spent endless hours in the dark-room working on black and white images, and was rewarded with Associate and Fellowship distinctions in 1990/91.

Whilst a member of the club I became involved in wildlife activities, particularly wild flowers and fungi. Almost inevitably this interest progressed to garden and plant photography, and a move from amateur to professional status. I have a good working relationship with three major picture libraries - two of them for ten years and more. The third is comparatively new, but shows excellent promise. As a result of these contacts, quite a significant number of my pictures have been published in books, magazines, newspapers and greeting cards.


As an experienced National Trust and NGS photographer, I spend a serious amount of time photographing gardens, and I am well qualified to do the same for my clients. I hope the garden pictures you see here, will tempt you to have your garden photographed. Please visit my contact page for details and e-mail address.


National Trust
Gap Photos Ltd.
Ardea Ltd.


Leica M Digital Range-finder camera
Electronic view-finder
Lenses - 35, 50 and 90mm.
Macro-Elmar-M 1.4/90mm extension

And for travelling when lightness is essential;-
Leica X Vario with 35 - 70mm lens.

David Dixon Garden Photography
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