I have spent many hours lately editing some of the images that I took in Myanmar earlier this year. In the main I concentrated on portraiture. This is what I love doing and it’s a joy to photograph in a country where the people don’t view cameras with deep suspicion.
I have been working on some creative images recently. Of course many types of photograph are creative and in fact we create a photograph with every click of the shutter.
In February we travelled to Myanmar. Here are a few images of the trainee monks and nuns that I photographed.
Finally I had an email from the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) to say that my submission for an Associateship had been approved by the council and that I am now entitled to use the letters ARPS after my name.
Last Wednesday found me at Fenton House in Bath, home to the Royal Photographic Society (RPS). I turned up on time with 15 images neatly presented for my associateship (ARPS) application.