Thursday, 7 May 2020

Image Sales – Picfair, Peter W. Clark

In the near future several of the images on our websites  will be available on a rights managed basis for media use, advertisements, websites, magazines, publishers, travel books, etc. through our image library hosted by Picfair 

Please view our image library at

We also have a large database of images not yet available on our website/library and are updating this database regularly with photographs from photo shoots we undertake so please, if you do not see the image you require send details of your requirements via email and we will endeavour to supply your needs.
All the images on this website are the copyright of Peter W. Clark and may not be copied or reproduced without permission.

I hope you will enjoy the photographs and re visit as more photographs are added.


Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Yorkshire Travels

Cecile and I are lucky enough to live in Yorkshire one of Englands most scenic counties, this gives us great scope for our photography whatever the weather.
Only minutes away from our home in Ilkley we have the beautiful moors on our doorstep and just a short drive away are the coastal towns and villages of Yorkshire.
Northwards takes us to the market town of Skipton and then through the Yorkshre Dales and picturesque villages to Hawes a lively market town also famous for its cheesemaking.
From Hawes, not far  away on the banks of the fast flowing River Swale is the historic town of Richmond with its Norman castle, large cobbled market place and museums.
Yorkshire has many other place of great character and beauty to offer, I hope our photographs which can be viewed from the following link will encourage you to visit.

Photography by Peter W. Clark 

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Bradford and Bingley (Bees) vs Ilkley. Rugby Union

My Photographs from a game of Rugby Union played in West Yorkshire on 28th February 2015

Both these teams are based in West Yorkshire and were playing a local derby league game which created a little more tension than usual.

"Bradford and Bingley vs Ilkley"

The afternoon was wet and dismal but this did not deter the spectators enthusiasm.

For sporting events my camera is a Canon 7d coupled with a Sigma 70-200 2.8 lens all mounted on a Slik monopod.
On the winter cloudy afternoons the camera ISO I usually start at 800 and increase as the afternoon progresses and light is lost. I find the 7d handles high ISO very well.
The images are edited in Adobe Lightroom and then uploaded to Flickr for all to view.

Next Saturday will be Ilkley vs Dinnington which promises to be an action filled game.

Hope you enjoy my photographs from the game by following the link.

 Bradford and Bingley vs Ilkley, Rugby Union

Sunday, 10 February 2013

Rugby Photography

During the rugby season I can be found most Saturday afternoons photographing rugby union, usually Ilkley RFC vs their opponents of the day.
Quite a lot of the time I seem to spend these Saturday afternoons in adverse weather conditions and need to be well insulated, boots, big coat, hat, scarf and most essential gloves to keep my fingers warm while operating the camera.

I post these photographs to one of my websites Ruggerpix  giving supporters who could not attend the game a chance to view  from the comfort of home.

For more photographs of rugby please follow this link

Other relative links

Ilkley RFC

Saturday, 29 September 2012

Uncover Korczak's Warsaw by Smartphone -

An exciting new app for exploring Warsaw, completely free. Brings the past to reality.
Will certainly be having a look at this for our next trip to Warsaw.

Uncover Korczak's Warsaw by Smartphone -

Friday, 14 September 2012

Paris, Pavement Cafe's

Several months ago we visited Paris with several photographic projects in mind.
One of these projects was to portray the character of the pavement cafe's of Paris
It was no easy task as the majority of cafe's we photographed looked extremely inviting, unfortunately we did not have the time or capacity to sample them all.
Our camera's were a Canon 7d and 30d with Canon lens EFS 18-200 plus a Sigma 10-20 DC HSM. All this was carried in our Kata 3N1 30 backpack.
I hope you will enjoy selection and re visit as more photographs are added. Picfair’s marketplace is a vibrant collection of images from amateurs and professionals alike
available to download for editorial, commercial and advertising use, and as a range of high quality prints.

Our website address to view a greater variety of photographs is  - 

Useful links

Kata backpacks for photographic equipment

Canon 7d camera

Tuesday, 11 September 2012


I hope our photographs of the Otley Vintage Transport Extravaganza will give you an impression of this event.Lots of variety, all shapes, size, type and age. 

Photography by

Friday, 6 April 2012

Collinson Twin by Image and Style

Interesting photo shoot last week with musical duo Collinson Twin. Lots of detail about them in our previous blog but here are more photographs taken at The Craven Heifer in Addingham, West Yorkshire.

More of our Collinson Twin photographs can be viewed at

Saturday, 31 March 2012

Poster Design by Image and Style

One of our local venues in Addingham, nr Ilkley decided to host an 'Open Mic' evening complimented with chinese food and a book signing by author Stephen Mosley.
We were asked to design and produce a poster for the event. It was an interesting and appetising project with lots of food photography.

'Collinson Twin' Adam and Stephen are both big fans of Hammer Horror Films and took their name from the twins Madeleine and Mary Collinson, the stars of Hammer's 1971 vampire film TWINS OF EVIL, also starring Peter Cushing.
Adam works as a teaching assistant in Harrogate, and also plays solo gigs at such venues as the Half Moon Inn in Pool, and the Red Lion in Burley in Wharfedale.
Stephen is actor and writer. His book of strange tales THE BOY WHO LOVED SIMONE SIMON (which I also illustrated) is out now, and was selected by ENTERTAINMENT FOCUS as one of the 10 Best Books of 2011!

An Extract from 'The Boy Who Loved Simone Simon' read by Stephen Mosley

Useful Links

Chinese Cuisine in Yorkshire
Collinson Twin, Their Music
Image and Style, Photographers
Author Stephen Mosley, an interview

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

This location is a fantastic venue for wedding photography, Broughton Hall at Skipton.

To view more of our wedding photography go to

Sunday, 22 May 2011

The 1940s in Haworth

Well, back in Haworth for a great event providing fantastic opportunities for portrait/reportage style photography. The village is decked out to depict the 1940's war years and a superb job they do of it.

From experience we think for photography it is best to arrive about 9.30am and photograph until lunchtime after which it is usually to busy and packed in the main street for what we call comfortable photography.

During that time though you will see a huge range of characters, uniforms, WW2 equipment and civilian attire.

All photographs from this event will soon soon be transferred to our Image Library - see link below.

In the near future several of the images on our websites  will be available on a rights managed basis for media use, advertisements, websites, magazines, publishers, travel books, etc. through our image library.

Friday, 14 January 2011

Photography on the Wall

Quite by chance earlier this week I came across a very interesting artists studio in Ilkley. I was walking along Leeds Road on my way home when I almost stumbled over an advertising 'A' board that had blown over onto the pavement, whilst picking it up and putting it back on display saw it was advertising an artists studio the 'Art Loft'. This was one I had not heard of before and as I was always on the lookout for places to exhibit our fine art photographs I decided to take a look. 
Eventually found the studio tucked away behind Ilkley's main auction house, Hartleys. 
Had a good chat with the owner /artist Liz Sutcliffe ( lizarra ) and discovered that her paintings have been finding their way into private collections all over the world. Liz has also accepted commissions from Italy and America as well as London.
As well as exhibiting her own work Liz has works by other artists hanging on the walls which give the studio a real feeling of warmth and vibrance. One of Liz's pastels 'Partners' is really impressive, in fact stunning, don't take my word for it, visit the Art Loft Studio or visit the website

I am pleased to say that Liz has allowed Photography on the Wall to exhibit several of our fine art photographs at her studio.

Useful links

The 'Art Loft'

Ilkley, information

The Artist

Photography on the Wall