I would first of all like to extend a 'heartfelt' thanks to everyone who sent me their best wishes following my recent heart attack and bypass operation, they really did help me through a difficult time and a special thank you to those people who came to visit me in hospital - you will never know just how much I appreciated your visits.
Well I am pleased to report that I am wel on the mend now and should be back to 100% fitness again before too long.
This will be a brief update of my web site and I will add more content shortly.
Sadly I missed the winter and spring photography seasons so I don't have many recent images to show you, there are a few I took during my occasional trips out and I will post a few over the next few days so please check back.
Sadly the snowdrop, crocus and daffodil season is behind us now and while I was resting up I hope you managed to get a few nice images. So what do we have to look forward to?
Well the bluebell season is upon us so look out for those, I hope to make a trip out next week so once again I will let you know how I get on in a Blog post. I have posted some Blogs over the last few months so don't forget to check those out. The damselfly and dragonfly season is just begining so its time to dust off that macro lens and grab yourself some spectacular images. The is a post to help you get started on photographing these amazing insects, you can find it here: Damsels & Dragons
In this months 'featured image' I am going to discuss how I made this image taken at Porth Nanven, Cornwall.
When 'out in the field' I always try and imagine how I want my finished image to look before I make my exposure, doing this helps me decide what camera settings will get me the closest RAW capture to enable me to achieve my goal.