PRMcC Photography

Peter McClintock

Landscape, Travel and Urban Photography

I live in Surrey and apart from travel I mostly photograph the Greater London area. If there is something that you would like a photograph of please send me a message. Please scroll down through this random selection or click on a gallery for more images. These images are for sale. If you would like to see the available products (frames etc.) please go to


  • Celebrate

    Hope you can celebrate this Christmas

  • New York Grand Central Terminal

    Grand Central Station is one of my favourite places for photography. The light is great and ever changing. 3 Exp merged in Photomatix and finished in Lightroom. Sony A6000, 1/3 sec at f4. Fisheye adapter on 16mm Sony lens.

  • Warp factor 9 Mr Sulu

    Tower Bridge. Taken on the Flickr London Meetup All night photowalk on the 21-Jun-2014.

  • The Apple Market

    Photographing the Christmas Lights in London

  • Liberty - London

    The Magnificant Liberty Store in London

  • Durdle Door

    Another photo from the Jurassic Coast trek with Hannah Young. We were so lucky to get the window into the sky for a great sunset. You can see the threatening clouds on the right the we thought would spoil the sunset, but we just made it. If you live in England and haven't explored the Jurassic Coast, you're missing out!

  • Sunset at Cliveden

    Almost full autumn colours. Another week or so and we will have those burning oranges .. as long as we don't have another storm to blow the few remaining leaves off the trees. [BTW. I had real issues with lens flare in this shot but managed to eliminate it using frequency separation, where you can separate the detail from the colour and paint out the flare without affecting the detail or texture.]

  • Golden Pond

    Beautiful sunrise this morning in Bushy Park, Hampton Court, England.

  • Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

    The Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red exhibition at the Tower of London marks one hundred years since the first full day of Britain's involvement in the First World War. 888,246 ceramic poppies have progressively filled the Tower's famous moat over the summer. Each poppy represents a British military fatality during the war. Seeing the extent and multitude of the poppies brings home the magnitude and scale of the horror of war. Most of those who lost their lives would have been in their 20's and 30's. LEST WE FORGET!

  • Manhattan Skyline

    Another photo from my 4-day photomarathon in New York. The effect is due to a long, 30 sec, exposure, and the resulting movement in the clouds. Taken from Brooklyn Bridge Park with a Sony A6000, 30 sec, at f22 using a 10 stop ND filter.

  • New York

    Manhattan Skyline from Brooklyn.

  • The Chapel of St Peter and St Paul

    The Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, constructed by Thomas Ripley to the designs of Sir Christopher Wren, was the last major part of the Royal Hospital for Seamen to be built. Following a disastrous fire in 1779, it was redecorated by James ‘Athenian’ Stuart in the Greek revival style, and today is a wonderful example of a complete neoclassical interior. Taken on the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. Greenwich 2013.

  • The Tulip Stairs

    Day 4 of my #‎FiveDayBlackAndWhiteChallenge.‬ Having been nominated by Simon Freeman, I have to post a B&W photo each day for 5 days, and nominate a different person each day to take up the challenge.Today I nominate Shula Miles for the challenge. The elegant Tulip Stairs in the Queen's House are the first geometric self-supporting spiral stair in Britain. Although called the 'tulip' stairs, it is thought that the stylized flowers in the wrought-iron balustrade are actually fleurs-de-lis, as this was the emblem of the Bourbon family of which Queen Henrietta Maria (wife of Charles I) was a member. Taken on the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. Greenwich 2013.

  • World Zombie Day

    Taken on the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk 2012. But very suitable for this weekend.

  • Sydney Opera House

    This is the cover picture for my Blurb photo book of a recent trip to Australia. It is a wrap around dust jacket and the image seems t work well for both the front and back of the book. I have some fairly light HDR settings for photoshop that I call Semi-Photorealistic and I used them here.

  • Green Insect

    Unidentified green insect that appeared in my garden. Let me know if you know what it is.

  • Evening Thames

    Thames in the evening sun with Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral in the background

  • Mysterious London

    This is the non-HDR version for those who don't like HDR. I removed part of the building as there was no intersting detail.

  • Thames Sunset

    Sometimes you don't have to go too far to get a photograph. This is a beautiful sunset right at my front door this evening.

  • The Night Bus

    Type L to view.3 Shot HDR at St Paul's Cathedral

  • Ahhh Sweet!

    Taken at Surrey Docks City Farm on a London Flickr Photowalk from London Bridge to Greenwich

  • Hampton Court Bridge at sunset

    [High res image available to license - see right hand panel]

  • Amazing what you see in a puddle

    Canary Wharf reflected in a puddle along the Thames Path

  • Man of War Bay

    This is Man O'War Bay as seen from the path that leads down to Durdle Door. This is a beautiful stretch of coastline known as the Jurassic coast, in Dorset. There was a recent landslide (Spring 2013) that has caused the whiteness in the sea near the beach in the middle distance. Can you believe that this is England and not the Caribbean?