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Like photographing food or fashion,
wildlife or the sky at night, there are skills
involved in specialist branches of
photography which take time and
enthusiasm to develop, Having spent most
of my working life as a
lighting-cameraman in film and television,
the lack of such 'stills' skills was never
going to trouble me too much when it was
all I could do to keep myself employed in
my niche in the stuttering British film
industry. So in retirement I have now
starting to look at still-life work. I don't
regard myself as being any good at it yet,
being brutally honest, but I do quite like
this shot, a montage of flower species
(don't ask me what they are), shot in
daylight but through strong coloured
filters. Hopefully I'll be able to develop this
theme a little and perhaps produce a
series of such images. But don't hold your
breath - I'm spending all my time at the
moment trying to finish this website!
Like photographing food or fashion, wildlife or the sky at night, there are skills
involved in specialist branches of photography which take time and enthusiasm to
develop, Having spent most of my working life as a lighting-cameraman in film and
television, the lack of such 'stills' skills was never going to trouble me too much when
it was all I could do to keep myself employed in my niche in the stuttering British film
industry. So in retirement I have now starting to look at still-life work. I don't regard
myself as being any good at it yet, being brutally honest, but I do quite like this shot, a
montage of flower species (don't ask me what they are), shot in daylight but through
strong coloured filters. Hopefully I'll be able to develop this theme a little and perhaps
produce a series of such images. But don't hold your breath - I'm spending all my time
at the moment trying to finish this website!
Like photographing food or fashion, wildlife
or the sky at night, there are skills involved in
specialist branches of photography which
take time and enthusiasm to develop, Having
spent most of my working life as a
lighting-cameraman in film and television, the
lack of such 'stills' skills was never going to
trouble me too much when it was all I could
do to keep myself employed in my niche in
the stuttering British film industry. So in
retirement I have now starting to look at
still-life work. I don't regard myself as being
any good at it yet, being brutally honest, but I
do quite like this shot, a montage of flower
species (don't ask me what they are), shot in
daylight but through strong coloured filters.
Hopefully I'll be able to develop this theme a
little and perhaps produce a series of such
images. But don't hold your breath - I'm
spending all my time at the moment trying to
finish this website!

Caught In a sunbeam

Like photographing food or fashion, wildlife or the sky at night, there are skills involved in specialist branches of photography which take time and enthusiasm to develop, Having spent most of my working life as a lighting-cameraman in film and television, the lack of such skills was never going to trouble me too much when it was all I could do to keep myself employed in my niche in the stuttering British film industry. So in retirement I have now starting to look at still-life work. I don't regard myself as being any good at it yet, being brutally honest, but I do quite like this shot, a montage of flower species (don't ask me what they are!), shot in daylight but through strong coloured filters. Hopefully I'll be able to develop this theme a little and perhaps produce a series of such images. But don't hold your breath - I'm spending all my time at the moment trying to finish this website! 
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