Dibs McCallum

Dibs McCallum ARPS

Dibs is an award-winning Norfolk photographer documenting landscape, architecture, decay and the history of locations.

He likes to challenge people’s perceptions of decaying objects and how they co-exist on the land. He is conscious of the environment and surroundings. Enhancing these environments with different camera techniques. These include long exposure photography, light painting and using an element of both ambient and artificial light to create his images.

As an ambassador for Formatt-Hitech filters and Slik Tripods, he is regularly out shooting long exposures. These create a surreal or ethereal feeling within his work that is full of colour and pin-sharp details. His work has been in exhibitions and has won multiple awards worldwide.

He is a well-experienced photography tutor and workshop leader having run and designed workshops for various companies, within schools and colleges and for himself. He spends a lot of his own time focusing on his own work, guest lecturing at local schools, universities and camera clubs across the country.

Dibs other subjects of interest are some select sports, live performance and music photography and the sub-genre of Urban exploration.