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Hi all and welcome to the photography chat forums 😍

Many of you know my name is Tim, a seascape/landscape photographer from Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England (UK).

I first started taking photography seriously in a pleasurable sort of way back in 2013. My first DSLR was a Nikon D3200 which I took many shots with and slowly got better through trial and error and watching 1000's of hours of tutorial videos on YouTube. Today I am happy shooting with a Fujifilm X-T2.

May I thank all the friends I made on G+ before it sadly shut down, without your encouragement, constructive criticism and praise, photography may not have remained the love it is today ❤

Up to press, I've had my work shown in many places online and in print. One of my images was featured on a double page spread in the 2018 Royal Academy of Music in London diary/programme. Also in 2018, I completed a commission for Grand Central Railways which challenged me but was very enjoyable, I learned loads.

Enough about me though, here are a few of my images to date in the way of an introduction, please feel free to say hello in a reply...

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From the Nikon D3200 to the Nikon D7100 to currently the Fujifilm X-T2, loved them all...
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Hi Tim.

As someone who has been interested in Photography since the early 80s starting with a Zenith camera from Eric Whiley’s, it’s really annoying that a newcomer can take photos that I could only dream of taking.

But seriously though, you demonstrate that you don’t have to jet around taking photos of cliched places, there is beauty in Pone Park and a canal in Cas.

you have inspired my to look harder at everyday subjects.

Steve

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Hi Steve,

I remember Eric Whiley’s, that brings back memories!

Only recently I have been inspired to look closer to home myself, I'm not a big fan of driving these days and the sunrise is too early at the moment.

Thank you very much for your lovely words of encouragement, much appreciated!

Enjoyment is the key as you know, the finished end result is either good or pants for all of us but either way, it does not matter, it's being out in nature and clicking the shutter that counts.

Kind regards and thank you for the post.

Tim

From the Nikon D3200 to the Nikon D7100 to currently the Fujifilm X-T2, loved them all...
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