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Photography is my passion; for reminders of long-ago faces and easily missed moments, ensuring that they stay around for so much longer than they ever could have lasted. Time is so precious and I aim to keep such moments sacred for the simple reason that each is so fleeting. Blink, and they have already disappeared. But it’s not only for me; for those who have graced the spaces between their eyes and my lens, I hope that they too, as well as those who love them, have memories that they’ll cherish and often want to look fondly back upon. I read somewhere, some time ago, that a photographer should always treat their subject with the same respect that they themselves would wish to be treated. I hope, whether it be a face, a scene or a simple still-life, that I have always done so.
Dandelion. Fujifilm X-Pro1 w/XF 60mm 2.4 R 1:2 Macro. 1/9th @f14.0 ISO:200
Though we work in an increasingly digital world, I carry the very same ethics from my film shooting days of getting it as right as possible at the shutter. Post processing is something I do very little of, in fact, I have never owned or used that most famous of editing software. For me, it’s about camera craft and, that’s what I love the most – next to the final image, of course. A number of my photographs have been published & exhibited over the last 15 years and such achievements only serve to make me improve my work further, wherever I possibly can.
The finer details have always been a constant source of fascination therefore my favourite areas of working are unsurprisingly in portraiture and macro / close-up photography, however my work does not only extend to these two particular areas as I hope that some of my developing pages will show.
It’s a process.
Thank you for taking a look at my pages and I do hope that some of my work here gives you at least a little pleasure.
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