I have been involved in photography since I was a teenager. My very first camera was a small plastic kodak camera which I took everywhere with me. I would click away at anything that moved. Later I decided to buy my first SLR camera. I would carry it everywhere. For years I only used a 50mm kit lens and in that time that little lens taught me a lot about photography. I had to be creative in my photography and I had to use my feet to get close to subjects I was photographing. I also used those fantastic little point and shoot throw away cameras. These were great you could carry them any were as they were small and compact, and you could shoot away to your hearts content. Only now I think back on it and they were not the most environmentally friendly but at the time they seemed great.
I also did some photography workshops aa well as learning how to use a dark room and develop my own photo’s.
I currently use a Mirrorless camera and love I it. Its light weight and takes fantastic photo’s. My main interest is portrait photography and I have a very small studio close to where I live. I also love forest and sea scape photography, also (although I’m not religious) I’m fascinated with graveyards and churches. Any chance I get to go to an old graveyard or church I take it, I love wondering around them looking for something special to photograph.
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