About me and Freeze the Light
My interest in photography began many years ago when I was a teenager and digital was a thing of the future, back then I relied on my trusty Pentax ME body with a 50mm lens and a roll of black and white film.
36 exposures later, I'd find myself processing the film in my home darkroom eager to see the results of the images that I had made.
But as I am sure you'll be aware teenagers are fickle beings and having secured a Saturday job my interest in photography soon fell by the wayside.
Three decades later I decided to buy a digital camera to see if I could re-ignite my interest. I'd forgotten a lot of what I had learnt in my younger years and was finding that I was being a lazy photographer and was just going though the motions and shooting in Auto mode.
I didn't enjoy this and wanted to take a more creative approach so I booked myself on a weekend photography course which was just what I needed, things that I had learnt all those years ago started to come back to me and I was again hooked.
It's now been a few years since I attended the course and I have been making photos of lots of different subjects including wildlife, people, architecture and many other things, in fact there are far too many to list here.
So I decided to create my own website "Freeze the light" to share my images with family, friends and other people with an interest in photography.
So thank you for visiting, I hope you like what you see and if you have any questions please feel free to get in touch using the contact link in the menu.
P.S. if you'd like to learn more about the course I attended it's run by Nigel Wilson, who has a great teaching style and offers a range of courses and events - For more details please visit his website