Although I get my kicks from portrait photography, there was a time when I prefered taking landscape shots.

In 2007, for my 21st birthday, my uncle gave me his hand-me-down DSLR as he had just upgraded to a better model. It was a Canon Rebel 300D with the standard kit lens, and was probably the best present I’ve ever received (apart from my 40D that Sam bought me, of course!). I wasted no time in using it, and these were some of the very first few shots I took. I can vividly remember eagerly going out early one winter morning to test out my new camera. These shots are doubly significant as they were taken in Richmond Park – a place that holds a lot of fond memories for me and was my ‘almost back garden’ for over twenty years.

I’m joining in with The Gallery for the first time this week.

 

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    1. To be honest…I can’t quite remember (it was so long ago!). The colour was already quite bleached out because I was shooting towards the sun, but I probably desaturated a bit further and upped the blacks and contrast a bit.

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