I’ve been taking photographs since 1993 when by chance I arrived early for work one afternoon. As I was the first to arrive I was offered a photography course and the rest, as they say is history.
After I left that job (I should write a book) I started working in IT but missed having a camera. So I purchased my first digital camera a Sony. That wasn’t enough to satisfy my needs so ended up with a Nikon D70. I was then asked to photograph a wedding, that turned into two and then into four. So that is how it all started, just by being early.
Since then I have used all sorts of different cameras:
Not because I couldn’t find what I wanted, I just loved cameras. Nowadays, I’m using as my main camera a Nikon D810. For now.
But you don’t need the newest or the best cameras to take great photographs. This is partly what this website is about. I plan to purchased one cheap camera and a cheap lens and use that as my travel camera to make photographs as much as I can. You can find out about my progress and the images on my blog. Starts today 13/09/18.
The image of Norwich Cathedral above was taken on an Olympus EM5 MkII and the Olympus 75mm f1.8 lens.
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