Photography has been a strong passion of mine for 30 Years. Returning from travelling and discovering that my pictures weren’t an accurate representation of my vision left me feeling flat. From that point on, I decided to take photography seriously.
In the days of film, it was so much harder, you would take several frames of the same scene, write every setting down, i.e. light direction, Iso, shutter speed and aperture. Retake the frame changing the settings to see what the different settings do, then develop the pictures, sit down analyse it and learn.
Now with digital cameras, the learning process is easy as you have the result instantaneously. This process has taken me 15 years to get my work up to the point it is now, and I am always hungry to learn and experiment.
My pictures have had colour adjustments to them, but none of them have been altered or manufactured. I carry filters with me and always shoot on a tripod, I like to capture my vision on the camera, not my computer screen.