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Welcome to my humble offerings;WOW!! The time has flown by. I am still very much a novice when it comes to photography, but with a larger Portfolio Grin; from which you can see all my mistakes and hopefully some of my improvements. Those improvements can be credited to this site; viewing other peoples excellent work offers motivation to emulate and therefore improve. 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.

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 and now Nikon D610. That's not to say my D3200 or D800 are now out of favour; they definitely have their 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.

Since joining this site I have expanded my photographic experiences, from photographing anything that would stay still long enough for me to capture; although I do tend to stick with the tried and tested, anything that will stay still long enough for me to cpature, I now include portraiture, for which I have been paid RESULT! Grin I am still trying to master the art of longer exposures and have sold a few, another result. I love the unpredictably creativity of water collisions, again, managed to sell a few, now I'm just showing off GrinGrinGrin

The biggest challenge I now have is mastering the art of lighting; sometimes I get it spot on, but I have to confess, very often it is accidental. I would like to be more creative with lighting, but first, I have to master it.
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  • Vera

    I'm so jealous!!!!!! Love the TV series
    • 26 Oct 2020 8:19PM
  • The River Brathay

    Love V4
    • 26 Oct 2020 10:41AM
  • A snowy day in Oxford

    Very Disckensian
    • 25 Oct 2020 10:00PM
  • Orchid

    Beautifully done
    • 23 Oct 2020 10:11AM
  • The Old Mill

    Snap! I know exactly where you were stood; strangely enough, I have just had a very large Canvas print delivered today of this view point

    It's a great place

    • 21 Oct 2020 9:50PM
  • Changing Seasons

    I live a spit away from Wyming Brooke and I know how much rain came down, you did well to get any shots let alone this great one
    • 21 Oct 2020 9:45AM
  • Do I look good ?

    Strangely, the award is for the version, brilliant
    • 20 Oct 2020 11:49PM
  • Still miss you, still think of you often, it is so nice that I can still see your PF

  • 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.