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Hi from NW England

-Oy-

Active Member
Hi all - yet another newbie here!

I've been taking pgotos since my Dad gave me his AGFA Isolette II (I still ahve it) when I was 9 in 1971 - quite a while ago - so I've done a bit. However I'm far from knowing it all - in fact it's the constant learning that photography gives that has kept me hooked for all this time!

What do I specialise in? Well - I don't. I'll snap anything that I think makes a good photo. I shoot Press and PR as my day job, so that's mainly people pix. So in "Me Time" I try to avoid that but often fail as I do sometimes find it hard to switch that mode off. I do tend to gravitate towards landscapes and nature - and I also have a passion for street photography and trains. I shoot a bit of film too and develop my own black and white.

Anyway - enough of that - I'm off to peruse the site and see where to jump in first :)

Dave
 
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