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A rare phenomenon
Lofoten in winter
I must hear the following sentence at least once a week if not more. “I hate post processing, I just want to get it right in camera in the first place.” Now I believe that you should want to strive to capture the very best quality images that you can in camera but and for me it’s a big BUT, post processing using an image editing program is a major part of creating beautiful images.
“Oh wow, how lucky were you?” is often a question that I am asked when I find myself in the incredibly fortunate position of capturing a photograph of a stunning scene. Well there is definitely an element of luck but there’s often a tremendous amount of effort involved in being able to capture on camera the images that I do.
Last night I attended a lecture evening by Charlie Waite as organised by Preston Photographic Society, my local photography club of which I was President three years ago. The now firmly established annual tradition of the club booking a big name speaker in the world of photography started back in 2010
Two days from now I shall be enjoying my first day of seven in Iceland (Thursday 11th February 2016). It’s a place that I have wanted to visit for a number of years now and even more so these last couple or so mainly due to the sheer numbers of images I have seen on various Facebook groups.
So without further ado, here is my 2015 Top Ten Images. It was a seriously difficult decision to whittle down the many thousands of images that I have captured, both during the workshops and private tuition days that I run in the presence of my clients but also when out with friends or even shooting solo.