My interest in photography spans more than 30 years and was greatly inspired by the
photographs in ‘James Herriot’s Yorkshire’ taken by photographer Derry Brabbs. I
also admire the work of the Victorian photographer Frank Meadow Sutcliffe.
I use an Olympus E5 camera with lenses ranging from 12mm to 200mm (24mm to 400mm
in 35mm terms). I invariably use a tripod and carry a series of Lee graduated ND
filters and a polarizing filter.
Welcome to David Armitage Photography
I hope you enjoy my collection of photographs and I hope that you will follow my
progress as I trace Yorkshire’s rivers, from their beginnings high in the Yorkshire
Pennines, on their journey through the countryside and villages of the Yorkshire
Dales and on into the North Sea.
I regularly add images to the galleries so please check frequently for updates.