... like the Shan Shui artists, Dan plays with colours, tone and other effects to add to the mood of his photographs and emphasise the feeling in the landscape
— Jennifer Lee O'Brien for The City Talking
 

Hey!

My name is Dan and I Love Making Photos That Connect.

I am best known for my landscape and nature photography from around the UK's most beautiful landscapes. My first love is being outdoors in the mountains and this has led me into the world of photography where I have been fortunate enough to win awards and be able to share my work internationally.

Thank you for visiting my site where you can find my print store, stories and tutorials, and information on my commercial work.

I'm currently looking to work with Sheffield's best creatives and businesses to create stunning content and tell stories, so please get in touch if you'd like to work together.

 
 
... Dan Cook shoots a potent mixture of wide vistas and close-up details
— Steve Fairclough for Amateur Photographer
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SELL YOUR BEAUTIFUL SPACE

Interior Photography Working With Sheffield's Creative Businesses

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A Day At Bristol Zoo Gardens

Praising The Ultra Versatile Fuji XF 18-135mm Lens.

MOBILE MASTERPIECES

How I Edit My Photos On The go


10 SHOT PORTFOLIO

My attempt to curate my own photography into 10 shots which demonstrate my style.

PASTELLAND (2014)

Produced from an experiment with motion in photography and inspired by the desire to create alternative views of natural elements. There is much symmetry in nature. The repetition of beauty that so often means elements of the landscape when viewed in a new way connect with our own limited viewpoint.

BLUSH (2017 - ONGOING)

Challenging the landscape to show it's softer side, or perhaps my own softer side.

THE GREAT WHY (2016)

Questioning the summit of a mountain.

I FEEL BLUE (2015 to Eternity)

Following blue into the undergrowth to create a series of floral photography

STYGIAN (2013)

Imagining the river which acts as a barrier between the world of the living and the dead.