MIKE KIPLING Photography

NORTH of ENGLAND Picture Library and Yorkshire Stock Photos

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elcome to the website of award-winning photographer Mike Kipling and his extensive range of on-line North of England photography. Mike's work is regularly published in magazines, books, cards and calendars and is available for use in corporate print, promotions, retail print, publishing and websites. Images have been shot on high-end digital capture cameras. Images are available by high-speed broadband or can be supplied on disc.

Subjects include landscapes, seascapes, towns, cities, villages and countryside of Northern England including Yorkshire, Cleveland, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland and Tyneside. Mike photographs for a number of national picture libraries and a selection of his other UK., North America and European Photography can be viewed in the travel galleries. As a specialist regional library our overheads are very low making the service cost-effective.

Mike's client's include local authorities and tourism agencies, advertising agencies, small businesses as well as national clients such as the Reader's Digest, English Heritage, The AA, banks and building societies. He is also able to carry out commissioned work. High quality photographic prints produced on archival paper are also available to retail customers.

Tel: 01287 633665 email:
Buy Prints and Canvas
You can buy high quality real photographic prints ready for framing and 3D canvases ready to hang all delivered to your door from any of Mike's photographs. Click here for details. These make ideal gifts and can be posted anywhere.
Mike Kipling in Print
Mike's phorographs regularly grace the covers of regional magazines Yorkshire Life, Yorkshire Ridings Magazine and the Dalesman as well as being featured in other mags and books
Castle Howard Gardens and Swaledale Books
Mike's book of photographs of the 'Gardens at Castle Howard' showing the estate throughout the year is now available. Mike's earlier book 'Swaledale' is selling well. Both books are published by Francis Lincoln.