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All the very best for 2019 and hopefully it will be a good one to you all, and enjoy your photography.
Keep On Clickin
You may recall, earlier this year (2018), l mentioned the fact that l would be making some quite serious and dramatic changes in my photography. These are purely due to a number of personal issues.
l have now made those major decisions and include reducing the number of courses and workshops l run, along with reducing the number of “away” trips l make in a year. Finally l felt l also had to review my equipment, my rucksack currently weighs in excess of 30Kg plus side pouch and Gitzo tripod!!
Well, l made the decision on what to do, and the biggest decision was to sell my “Canon” gear and re-invest in something with the latest technology and has to be much lighter!!
I investigated many options, had a meeting the “Sony UK” business manager, talked to a number of pro’s who have already made the change. That was it, l was convinced.
The majority of all my gear, including; bodies, lens’s, accessories, hides, and a Gitzo tripod was gone within 10days. Needles to say l was extremely pleased.
A week later l arranged to visit the manager at “Jessops” (Liverpool), along with a “Sony” manager who helped me immensely.
My new photographic genres and goals are to develop (excuse the pun) my UK wildlife, fine Art, Scapes and B&W work.
I can’t wait for the new experience of mainly working in my studio, as it will be excellent as l can feed directly into my “Big Mac” in my office via my laptop which will be in the studio for me to check the images on at the time of shooting.
This will improve the processing time and enable me to supply my images at an extremely faster rate, directly to the stock agency’s, distributors and a new gallery who will be representing my work.
It will be great working and having so much time at home.
(The galleries on this site will be changed in the very near future, all with new images.)
Keep On Clickin.
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