Extraordinary Lake in Western Australia. Kalbarri naturally produces this red dye, which is used for cosmetics and other chemical industries. It is produced by a tiny microbe that lives in the water. This photograph by Angus Jenkinson won a prize in the viewer's choice landscape section for professional photographers in the PX3 competition in 2008.

Angus Jenkinson is an award-winning fine art photographer. All photographs are available for license or prints may be purchased.

As a fine art photographer I am exploring how personality, form, light, gesture, colour and composition express meanings

I appreciate water’s similarity to mind as it illuminates and reflects. Black and white abstracts and emphasises forms in portrait, landscape and figure.

My pictures also explore people and their lives. Rocinha favela in Rio de Janeiro is built with tiny breezeblock buildings on a steep hillside originally given to the slaves. It is little better than shanty town dwellings and riddled with drug crime. Yet like the famous beaches of Rio it seems to be full of cheerful creative people. Similarly, people living on the street in Bombay still maintain cheerfulness and courage. India generally is a gorgeous, sublime tragicomic kaleidoscope.

I also enjoy the personality of colour, which is now a vital part of contemporary photo artworks.

Landscape captures how we see our world, our fragile home, so that each is a kind of nature portrait. Human portraits capture the essence of people, their moods and life situation. Showbiz personalities have a special interest for many (e.g. the World Bear Champion and Big Brovaz), but ‘ordinary people’ are often more interesting, once you divest the face of its celebrity aura.

The nude is both an exploration of the aesthetic and meaning of the human form and being. Similarly, I am amazed by the way the silhouette of a person can reveal so much.

Sunsets represent the mystical moment, the glory that arises in the threshold of light and dark, day and night consciousness.

 

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Blue lamp. One of a series of images used in a successful submission for the By Sentient Licensiateship of the Royal Photographic SocietyStylised black and white photograph of a woman by Angus JenkinsonI think Silver Birch is the most beautiful of trees.This photograph was taken in Rocinha favela in Rio de Janeiro. This is the largest favela in Brazil and shows how art finds its way everywhereClose-up semiabstract photograph of tomatoesAn old man bound down by care: photograph taken in India by Angus JenkinsonLandscape photograph by Angus JenkinsonA labour of love: a working man's hand by Angus Jenkinson. This is one of a series of images of John. Prints are available to buy at various sizes. For further information contact Angus JenkinsonNicola by Angus JenkinsonPortrait, two lovers, both my friends.This is the former World Beard Champion. What a magnificent face of hair. I came across him at the airport in transit to the next World Beard Championships and he and a number of his colleagues agreed to be photographed.Silhouette of a boy running. This image was taken in Singapore as the dying sun reflected off the pavementSunset, just as it came. This photograph was taken near the photographer's home on the edge of Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.Transport on a nature reserve in Gujarat in IndiaThe beautiful tropical sea behind the coral reef in northern Western Australia.Award-winning image of a boy running through a storm in St Ives Cornwall by Angus Jenkinson.Sunset, taken on the border of Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire close to the photographers home.

Storm in St Ives was selected by the Royal Photographic Society for its 2007 international print exhibition and publication.

Millions of people live on the streets, including this boy in BombayOne of a series of photographs of working Indian women by Angus Jenkinson that was used as his successful submission for Associate of the Royal Photographic Society.A woman selling produce in a market stall in Rajasthan by Angus Jenkinson. This is one of a series of photographs that was a finalist in the London Photographic Awards competition.

Shortlisted series from the 2005 Lucies, photography’s Oscars

These women were cleaning the grounds at MICA, a business school near Ahmedabad. Their graceful forms were complemented by the extremely blue atmosphere of the early morning as the dew rose from the ground. This was shortlisted for the Lucies, one of the most prestigious of photography's prizes.

Series from the London Photographic Awards (LPA)/Calumet Let’s Face It Exhibition, 2007

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Kalbarri is an extraordinary Lake in Western Australia. A tiny microbe that lives in the water produces a red dye, which is used for cosmetics and other chemical industries. The photograph by Angus Jenkinson won a prize in the viewer's choice landscape section for professional photographers in the PX3 competition in 2008.

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