I was bitten by the photography bug in my early teens. Photography has continued to inspire me; encouraging me to visit places and to notice things I may not have seen without a camera in my hand.
I grew up on the Devon coast so water often features in my images. I now divide my time between city and countryside so urban and rural landscapes also capture my imagination.
Photography is such an adventure and great fun. The qualities of light, reflection and texture are endlessly fascinating and influence my work, across landscape, macro and still life.
I’m incredibly lucky to be able to combine two of my passions, travel and photography. I try to capture scenes ‘in the moment’ in order to give a sense of how the world is, not how we’d like to it to be.
I have been enjoying photography for a number of years and that great shot still eludes me, but it is still a worthwhile way to spend time.
I am an enthusiastic photographer that likes to capture how I see the world and to share that view with others.
Pey Pey Oh is an iPhone photographer who loves the decisive moment on the streets. She enjoys the shapes of things and learning about how the poetry and the image go together.
Passionate about wildlife and the world we live. Doing my best to see the world and capture it one image at a time.
I started taking photos as a young boy in the 1950s on my Brownie 127 - a Christmas present.
Most of my pictures are taken spontaneously while I’m out, I rarely go out to take a specific shot. I love lines, shapes and rusty, orangey brown colours with the occasional ‘mystery’ pic.
Rob has been taking photos as long as he can remember but has never confined himself to one style or genre but just takes what he sees and likes and hopes you do too.
Had my first camera at seven and it has been a hobby and passion ever since.
My photography is a mixture of styles; abstract, bold graphic shapes, little observations of the world, candids, the obscure details. I'm happy shooting in both colour & B&W. However it's the composition that's the most important to me, rather than obsessing whether a photo is technically perfect. My tools are my eyes and my camera. Hopefully there's something here that you like or alternatively check out my photos here:-