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petach

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65yrs old and a (relative) newcomer to photography. I have Parkinson's Disease which causes tremor in my hands. The medication made me fixated with photography (could have been worse!) Have only been into it since April 2011. Enjoy all aspects from street to bright lights big cities and nature. I will have a bash at all of it. If you can stand it....and have the time....you can look at over 24000 of my images on flickr (link below)

I am terrible for buying new kits...currently using Canon EOS 5DS, with 28mm, and Ricoh GR3.

I had an exhibition at the Beecroft Gallery in Southend with nearly 50 of my street shots and some night lights big cities shots.

Sold some work to a major US Investment bank for their board room and meeting rooms. I still pinch myself at that one. I am a nobody in terms of the photo world. I also have the honour to have one of my shots blown up to 4mtrs x 3mtrs and used as wall paper in the local Wetherspoons. Go figure!

 

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  • Location
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    Joined
    26/05/2010
    Last login
    22/11/2020 5:25:04 AM
    Recent Activity
    22/11/2020 5:25:04 AM
    Website
  • Photographic Level

    Semi Pro
  • Photographic Interests

    Wildlife / Nature
    Architecture
    Flash / Lighting
    Flowers & Plants
    General
    Landscape / Travel
    Portraits / People
    Sports / Action
    Digitally manipulated
    Transport
    Black & White
    Street Photography
    Night / Low Light
    Still Life
  • Favourites

    Photographer
    Saul Leiter
    Record
    Highway 61 revisited (Johnny Winter)
    Film
    Lost In Translation
    Word
    too adult for this forum!
    Drink
    tea, coffee
    Location
    London, New York, Paris, Berlin
    Gadget
    any camera!
    Book
    anything by Michael Connolly