As far back as I can remember, there was a darkroom in our house. It is not surprising that I share my father’s interest. He gave me a Brownie Reflex when I was about 11 years old, and taught me monochrome darkroom skills from developing negatives to making prints. He was my photographic inspiration and, to some extent, he still is. I achieved the LRPS distinction with monochrome images in 1983. Once a member (and, for a while, chairman) of Molesey Photographic Society, I now am a member of Maidenhead Camera Club. I was also Centre Organiser for the RPS Digital Imaging Group’s Thames Valley Centre that meets about eight times per year in Woosehill, near Wokingham in Berkshire.
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