Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here

Win prizes, kudos, recognition! Enter AOP prestigious Photography Awards before 7 August



Welcome to my humble offerings; I am very much a novice when it comes to photography, but in the short time I have been a member of this site I have learnt a great deal from other members who have been so generous with their experiences and expertise, for which I offer my undiluted thanks.

I have much to learn and would appreciate the input of members on this site.

Thought I would update this since I have been a member of this site for almost a year. When I first joined the site I was using a bridge camera, then my beloved Nikon D3200 and could barely turn it on. I have now added a Nikon D800, which I am still getting to grips with, but I really do like it so far. That's not to say my D3200 is now out of favour; it definitely has its place and will still make appearances on this site.

Thanks to the members on this site I feel as though my photography has improved a great deal. However, the one thing I have really learnt is that photography is a subject that you can never stop learning about and you shouldn't be in too much of a hurry regardless of enthusiasm.

Photography not only records events, but it is definitely an art form in its own right judging from the images I have had the pleasure of viewing on this site.
...Read More

A quick view of Tish1's recent activity.


    Quote:Excellent POV Trish, I would take down the blue cast this has to a more natural tone. Seems you were in mortal dangerWinkWinkWinkWinkWink but survived for our benefit !!

    Mistakenly I had a filter on, bad idea


    • 28 Jul 2016 2:55PM
  • Sunset at Horseshoe Bend, near Page, Arizona--Part 2

    I remember the first ones of these that you uploaded and these are as spectacular and memorable as those

    • 28 Jul 2016 10:19AM
  • The Face of...

    Apart from the reflections of the ring flash, this is great; the reflection detracts from the whole image

    • 28 Jul 2016 9:17AM
  • Fix.....

    I know that feeling

    • 27 Jul 2016 6:09PM
  • Grimsby Dock, Lincolnshire.

    I have never seen Grimsby looking so wonderful

    • 27 Jul 2016 5:57PM
  • Naked Bike Ride

    Ouch! saddle rash Grin As stated above, it works really well in mono

    • 27 Jul 2016 11:05AM
  • Experimenting

    I like this a lot Tricia, you chose your composition well, the ISO setting possibly brings out the vibrance of the petals with the reasonably wide aperture giving you a lovely bokeh in the background. Does it need more contrast? I think that would give this image a heavier feel, where as this result you have achieved gives a light summer feel.

    Might try a mod with more contrast just to see what it looks like.

    • 26 Jul 2016 9:21PM
  • No topics found.
  • Hi Chris

    I have just skimmed through your portfolio, very impressive!!! I too would love to own a Nikkor 14-24mm lens and when I win the lottery I will Grin

    I have a particular interest in portraiture and Studio portraiture at the moment, so if you have any helpful tips they would very much appreciated.

  • This is a very professional looking Portfolio you are developing.

  • A very wise investment, I hope you continue to enjoy your mid life crisis, it is generating great creativity Grin

    • Posted on zapar40's profile
    • 6 Mar 2014 8:51PM
  • This is an eclectic and skilfully put together portfolio, I love it.

    • Posted on doerthe's profile
    • 4 Dec 2013 1:45PM
  • I know I refer to you as the King of Flowers because all you flower images are something special; however, your portfolio demonstrates just how versatile and skilful you are.