I’d like to invite you all on a journey in photography, helping everyone to take the best pictures possible on a tight budget. I would welcome comments and advice from any readers (so feel free to leave comments etc.) because I am always looking for new ideas, and I know a lot of other photographers are too.
One of my biggest bugbears as an amateur photographer is asking about equipment and being told the only way to achieve something is by spending lots of money. This is the blog to debunk that myth.
So – who am I?
I’m Alex Denny, and I’m a keen (and still learning) amateur photographer. I’m interested in all sorts of images and types of photography – but in general I want to capture the wonder of the world around me. I’m a keen naturalist and animal lover. I’m fascinated with wildlife large and small, but also the great expanses of the countryside, of the night sky, of mountains and rivers and of all sorts of travel. I love diving and I love flying, so nothing is therefore off limits.
I can’t claim to be an expert at shooting any of these things. I’m still learning. The aim of this blog is to help us all get to the stage where we can capture the images we want to without breaking the bank.
I hope you’ll join me on the journey!
Some of Alex’s photos can be seen on his Flickr page.