My first proper camera was a Pentax K1000, although I was never more than a snapper whose photos were developed at Boots. After a while my interest faded. It was rekindled in 2007 when I went digital with a Pentax K100D and an 18-55mm zoom lens. I later added a 50-300mm zoom (also Pentax) bought specially for a trip to Namibia.
In September 2009 I became a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society. You can read the article I wrote for the Ross-shire Journal here and my blog about the big day here. All the pictures from my LRPS portfolio, plus a few other carefully chosen images, are available to buy through my Photo Sales page. Spoil yourself or someone you love.
I also offer photo restoration services. If you've a tatty and faded old print or postcard you'd be amazed what can be done with Photoshop. Contact me for details.
The LRPS Portfolio