People exploring the gallery at Graham Binns in Haworth.


A large selection of Graham’s finest prints and individually handmade darkroom prints are both available to view and purchase including framed options.

Graham specialises in using traditional analogue methods and film to capture his striking images. This approach encourages a slowing down to ensure every element of the process and composition is perfectly recorded. Much of his work is shot on 120 medium format and 5×4 large format cameras, meaning the detail and textures of the landscape have a rich and sharp focus. Using cameras that date to 70-100 years old, the results still exceed those of digital technologies.

Immersed within nature and the outdoors, artist Graham Binns makes work that encapsulates the drama, beauty and experience within our ever-changing landscapes. Travelling the length and breadth of the country, Binns creates images that freeze a moment within time, recording the environmental and geological conditions.
Binns spends endless hours, waiting and looking to find the exact moment in time where the light, clouds and shadows come together to create the perfect image. Whether it is the stillness of a secluded tarn, the power of waves crashing against the shore or capturing the moment of sunset on snow-covered mountains, Binns’ photographs transport us into a place of solitude and beauty.
Situated in the beautiful and historical village of Haworth sharing space with the fantastic ‘Hunters Of Haworth‘ artisan pies & bakery cafe is the ‘Graham Binns Gallery’.

The spacious family friendly gallery has ample space to relax and view Graham’s work whilst also giving visitors the option to enjoy either a delicious pie or coffee & cake made by the award winning local chef.

The gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 4:30pm

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Graham Binns Gallery


89 Main Street, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DA
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* Wednesday-Sunday: 11:00-16:30

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