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- Atherton,Louis 09/04/13
- Atkins LRPS,Elliott28/03/08
- Atkinson-Beaumont LRPS,David02/12/10
- Au,Chin Yong04/05/11
- Aucott LRPS,Sadie21/05/09
- Auty BSc, FIA, LRPS,Andrew01/02/13
- Axford LRPS,Andre21/03/10
- Ayre,Chris 22/07/13
I try and capture light, and its ever changing effect on the physical world in which we live. Without light there is no colour and we are unable to see. The varying luminescence of light and its temperature alters those colours, from cold blues through warm reds to monochrome at low light levels. I use these physical changes that occur throughout the day, night and seasons, to work towards achieving the aims I have set myself.
Locations are researched well in advance and I often spend days returning to the same place and then hours waiting for the correct conditions to capture the scene. This, coupled with the fact that the suns relative position moves constantly, and we only get one season per year, means that a single image takes months of painstaking work to capture.
If in the process, others are able to see something in a way that they would not normally see it and retain that image for years to come, then that is a bonus. Why a bonus? Because in capturing that image, I too have also seen and enjoyed what this world has to offer.”
I run photographic workshops in the New Forest, Dorset, Jersey, Tuscany as well as National Trust properties. Please see my website for further details.
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