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Old Railway Route

By |2017-09-03T19:27:53+01:00September 3rd, 2017|Categories: The Test Strip Photoblog|Tags: , , , , , , |

An old railway route has found a new lease of life as part of the Sea to Sea Cycle Route (C2C), a 140 miles (230 km) cycle route opened in 1994. – Waskerley, County Durham

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be adding more images to the website taken along a short six mile section of the C2C route.

Welcome to the Website

By |2024-03-15T18:24:04+00:00June 1st, 2017|Categories: Overview|Tags: , , , , , |

Dunstanburgh castle in Northumberland, UK. Image by photographer Richard Flint.
Dunstanburgh Castle


Originally established in 2001 near York, North Yorkshire, Richard Flint is a photographer now based in County Durham in the North East of England after relocating to the county in 2017. A wide range of services is available including stock, documentary and editorial photography, photography repair, copying and retouching, multimedia and WordPress powered website design. For more details about the photographer check out the profile page HERE

Previous clients include The British Army, British Telecom, ClearStory, Influential Concepts and Communications, Faversham House Group, Chadwick Lawrence as well as community groups, magazines, businesses and individuals including musicians, authors and local media.

Two photography blogs are currently available to view, the first blog ‘ The Richard Flint Photography blog’ launched in February 2007 with a growing archive covering classic and contemporary photography, photographic history, photographer profiles and more. The second blog called Darker Skies was created in 2009 and is more of a photo scrapbook, mobile blogging platform and informal photography blog.

Available in an easily downloaded audio format, the Richard Flint photography podcast is released regularly with around six episodes a year plus several bonus podcasts. The podcast covers various photography-related topics, including photography books, photographers, classic and contemporary photojournalism, landscapes and locations, etc. There is also news about the website, Richard’s photography projects, travel, book projects and more.

A website design service is also available providing high-quality website construction and technical support for WordPress websites.

More details about the services available can be found HERE.

New commissions and assignment enquiries are always welcome. Please contact us for further details on services, photography packages and prices.

Photographs and status updates can also be found via the blog, and Instagram pages.

The website’s print store provides a range of options for purchasing unique and original photographic artwork. Photography artwork is available to buy in canvas, framed and metallic finishes – to mention just a few!

Purchase direct from the excellent RedBubble store or, if you prefer, direct from the photographer.

Finally, there is the website shop with exclusive numbered and signed prints, framed by the photographer and available only via the website shop.

Norfolk Photobook on iTunes

By |2017-03-13T11:46:50+00:00October 24th, 2013|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Sea, Sand , Sky and Street - Photobook featuring photographs from around Norfolk

My 2011 Norfolk photography book ‘Sea, Sky, Sand and Street’ is now available to buy as an eBook on iTunes for the iPhone and iPad for £3.49.

Featuring 70 black and white landscape, documentary and still life photographs taken in locations around the diverse English county of Norfolk, the book has been available on Blurb for the last couple of years, but the new iTunes edition sees a number of changes made especially for viewing via an iPad retina display.

Details about printed versions of the book can be found HERE and the brand new iTunes edition can be found HERE

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