About Doug Chinnery

I am an artist working with images full of colour and movement in an attempt to express what I see around me. Inspired by artists, in particular the impressionists and abstract impressionists as well as Chris Friel and Valda Bailey, I work in abstraction trying to capture mood and emotion. I live in obscurity with my wife, Beth, and my buddy, Eddie.



Doug Chinnery

The Rise and Rise of the Photo-Book

The Curse of ‘Pre-Visualisation’

The Importance of the Sky in our Compositions

A Walk in the Woods

The Credit Crunch

End Frame – Dancing Horses by Chris Tancock

Creative Landscape Photography Webinar

Doug Chinnery’s 2013

Intentional Camera Movement and Multiple Exposure Photography

Interview with Tony Bennett

Creative Landscape Photography Webinar

Multiple Exposure Photography

Lone Trees in the Snow

The Great Analogue Conundrum

Doug Chinnery

A Photographer at Work – Eddie Ephraums & Joe Cornish

The Peak District – Fran Halsall

Digital Landscape Photography – Michael Frye

Full Frame – David Noton