Monday, 14 July 2014

Ladakh Photo Workshop - 2 September 2014

Starting on the 2nd September 2014 I  will be running a 12 day photography workshop and tour in Ladakh - Indian Himalaya. 

This remote part of North India has one of the most unique and beautiful landscapes in the world, where Tibetan Buddhist culture flourishes. It offers distinctive opportunities for photographers interested in travel and landscape photography.

The workshop was designed with the photographer in mind and is for a beginner and those with some experience. It's a good mix of a cultural experience and seeing natural landscapes. It will begin at the basics of photography and how to use a DSLR camera.

The technical aspects of capturing great image will be covered along with how to develop your eye and make pictures your own. This is something Neil is very passionate about - developing your creative aspects of photography.

Come and share the adventure together in this visual journey and discover the unique landscape, light and culture of Ladakh through your own eyes.

Please see all the details here -

100-year-old negatives have been discovered in Antarctic. They where in a small box of 22 exposed but unprocessed photographic negatives, frozen in a solid block of ice for nearly one hundred years. The Box was  one of the many supply depots Robert Falcon Scott established for his doomed Terre Nova Expedition to the South Pole (1910-1913).
The hut was used next by the Ross Sea Party of Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1914-1917 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. It is believed that this party left the undeveloped negatives.
What an incredible story!

I have come across some fascinating old photographs recently. Here are some 3d photos for WWI. They where found in a  verascope camera which was owned by the French Army. Captured a moment in history in quite an astonishing way.

Friday, 2 May 2014

My series - When the Wave Comes from the Mountain is featured on L'Oeil De la Photographie. Please do take a look below;

Friday, 7 March 2014

I'm really pleased to have my new series - When the Wave Comes From the Mountain featured on the new Landscape Stories feature called Mountains. There are some other great photographers and artist work on show too. Please do take a look here;

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

I'm very excited to introduce my new photographic series – When the Wave Comes from the Mountain. This project explores the formation of dangerous glacial lakes due the worlds changing climate high in the Himalaya Mountains. Please do take a look here;
This work was made in the mountain of Nepal and India in 2012. Much happened on the journey and adventure while shooting the project. It was very challenging both physically and mentally and lots of cold nights. 
The mountains of the Himalaya and completely stunning beyonds words but the mountains are not well. This region is one of the most fragile ecosystems on this planet. Therefore man made climate change is having a huge negative impact. I believe what is happening to the Himalayas is an important wake-up call to the impact of global climate change, it is for this reason that I've created this series of photographs.
The project is partly inspired by photographs taken of this region in the late 1800s by Italian mountaineer and photographer, Vittorio Sella, whose work captured a moment in history when the landscape was virtually undisturbed.
You can see some of his work here;

Monday, 3 February 2014

Work from my series Lost Villages is featured on the Losko Website

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

My series Lost Villages has been featured on this nice looking website Defringe.

Please have a look here;

Monday, 14 October 2013

Some work from my series - Lost Villages is featured - On Landscape magazine.

I was also interviewed by Tim Parkin. You can see the feature and read the interview at the link below;

Sunday, 13 October 2013

I'm really pleased to have had my series Lost Villages featured on Photomonitor for the whole of September.

You can see the feature below and on the link;

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Work from my series - The Peace of Wild Things has been featured on the Darwin Magazine blog.

You can see it at the link below;

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Work from my series - Lost Villages is featured on The Island Review. 

Please take a look.

The legend which is Iggy Pop and his Stooges at this years Meltdown festival. Total RAW POWER!


All © Neil A White

Thursday, 27 June 2013

It was such a joy to see Patti Smith and her band for the first time last week in London. There was allot of love in the house along with her punk edge and political and social awareness. Very inspiring!

© Neil A White

© Neil A White

© Neil A White

© Neil A White

Friday, 7 June 2013

Work from my series - The Nature is featured in this great project "Naturae" by Urbanautica. This includes two new pieces of work from Ladakh and Nepal.

Please take a look.