I started photography about 6 years ago with my first camera - a Fuji Finepix S6500 bridge camera. I soon decided to upgrade to a Nikon D60 with a 55-200mm zoom lens and then to a Nikon D90 with 70 - 300mm and 150-500mm zoom lenses.
Although I now had some good equipment I felt that I still didn't really know how to use it properly so I decided to to join a camera club to improve my skills - in particular for taking wildlife photos which is by far my favourite form of photography.
I joined Selsey Camera Club a few years ago and have learned a lot since joining and have met some really nice people. I would recommend the Selsey club to anyone.
If you could photograph anything what would it be?
I'd love to go on an African safari to photograph big game animals.
Since joining the camera club what have you learned that you didn’t know before?
How to use a camera properly instead of just point and shoot
What is it you like about taking photographs?
The best thing about photography for me is being out in the outdoors and having a photographic record of the trip to look back on.
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