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Latest News: Photography Exhibition.
There's an exhibition of Ian's limited edition fine art photography prints at the Alchemy Art and Framing gallery in Macclesfield Cheshire from 11th April 2015 until 4th June 2015

Link to Alchemy Art and Framing website

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Ian's first love is black and white fine art photography and he has been deeply inspired by famous fine art b&w photographers such as Ansel Adams, Harry Callahan, Michael Kenna, Richard Avedon, Edward Steichen and Bill Brandt.

Here's a link to the section of this website where Ian discusses the five aspects of photography that are most important to him as an artist, namely Beauty, Simplicity, Great light, Truth and Individuality:

Ian Bramham: Artist's Statement

Fine art photographic prints of all the images that you will see on this site are available for purchase. Simply go to the Gallery section and click on the photo that you like and under it you will see a choice of print sizes and a button for adding your purchase to the shopping cart.

All prints are personally checked and signed by Ian Bramham.


Testimonials from purchasers of prints:

“I came across Ian’s work whilst searching through Flickr - this led me to his website and photography portfolio.As a keen photographer myself, I find Ian’s work stands out for it’s stylish simplicity and thoughtfulness, which is not easy to convey in an image. His website has a professional layout and is simple to navigate, yet uncluttered, leaving the images to speak for themselves.Ian’s website also contains a wealth of information and blogs and I noticed that he was exhibiting some of his latest fine art photography at a gallery in Macclesfield. Having missed the opening I contacted Ian, who very kindly agreed to meet up to discuss his work and answer my many questions. This has been a great help and source of inspiration for my own photography.I must say his images are even more impressive in print and I am very happy to have purchased two black and white framed photographs of my home town of Manchester - the image quality is second to none.”
A.R. - Manchester, UK (5 * Goggle Review)

“Ian, that is the very embodiment of "above and beyond" - thank you so much! One of the prints is a birthday present for my sister, and now there will be a great story behind its trip to her.....Thanks again for the incredible customer service, Ian - truly amazing!”
R.G. - Seattle, USA.

“I've received the prints. I have to say, they look just stunning. I am indeed delighted.
Thanks very much for taking such care in producing them……Don't be at all surprised if you see more orders from me in the future!”

P.T. - Glasgow, UK.

“Thank you very much for sending the photo so quickly and making special arrangements for delivery. The photo is lovely and I'm getting it framed for the wedding. Thanks again.”
H.M. - London, UK.

“I'm really looking forward to getting this framed! It's going to sit perfectly in my lounge. You're in great company, we've just had two of Bill Brandt's post war nudes framed and hung on our bedroom wall...”
M.S. - Staffordshire, UK.

“The package was here when I got home from work-Mr A was home so took delivery. It arrived this morning. The photograph is beautiful…….Thank you so much for your care and attention.”
R.A .– Warwickshire, UK.


Testimonials from Magazine editors:


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“Ian has shown the skill that all great photographers have – the ability to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary…..some might tell you that a great landscape requires a pretty view but Ian’s shot doesn’t so much argue with that as beat it over the head with a coal shovel and run off with its wallet”
Kingsley Singleton - Deputy Editor, Digital Photo magazine

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“Less is often more. Ian’s rather minimalist landscape revels in its simplicity and calmness”
Andrew James - Editor in Chief, Practical Photography magazine

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“beautifully composed, a truly sophisticated shot”
Astrid Kogler - Deputy Art Editor, Building magazine

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This shot of geese flying through a rainstorm in Iceland splits itself into three compositional levels, all of which balance to create a thoroughly atmospheric shot.
Amateur Photographer Magazine - APOY 2013 Competition

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“It’s all about the two silhouetted figures. With them in the picture you’ve got an evocative story-telling picture…..they give such a brilliant scale to the place. They make the beach seem huge and empty and slightly desolate”
Ben Hawkins - Deputy Editor, Practical Photography magazine



All images on this site are © Ian Bramham

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