People call me Scott and I’ve been fascinated by photography for as long as I can remember…
I was given a basic camera for Christmas when I was 7 years old. Unfortunately, film was expensive, we were poor and I was only allowed to take about 8 photos that day. Then, the camera was taken off me – and that was end of my photography adventure!
Zoom forward a few decades and I love the freedom allowed with digital photography. There are no limits on how many photos you take, only whether there is some charge in your battery and room on your camera card – not to mention that most mobile phones take pretty good photos these days (in the right conditions).
I predominantly take landscape / architecture photographs, do astrophotography and have a drone as well. My camera is an ageing Canon 5D Mk III and I work with 3 main lenses – an over 20-year old 16-35 mm (used for astro too!), 24-105 mm and cool new 100-400 mm Mk II with a 1.4 extender.
Very early in 2020, just before the global COVID-19 pandemic, I was able to complete a life long dream and spent 2 months travelling and photographing the South Island of New Zealand. After almost 25 years of living in Europe it was amazing to see & embrace some of this beautiful country – and as an older soul…
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