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About This Project

Since I joined Clickmoor Camera Group 18 months ago, I have learned just how Diverse and enjoyable photography can be . Whether it is a natural, spontaneous or staged Event . While involved in some projects with the group, I started using natural and imitation lighting to enhance my ideas (conceptual and symbolism). I will now use various lighting and different positioning of subjects to attain my desired photograph. I feel I am now more confident and adventurous with a camera. It was pointed out to me that I had in fact ‘directed’ people (my family!) to achieve a few photographs I was attempting!  I now count photography as another part and addition to my artistic hobbies. In fact, it is a part of my everyday life now.

 

By Paul Markland

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  • Paul McFeeley
    Posted at 22:13h, 29 September Reply

    Fantastic Paul, great self portrait too, well done 👏

  • BECKY TAVERNOR
    Posted at 16:35h, 19 November Reply

    Beautiful work Paul. It really resonated with me. I’m in the process of doing a course in Earth Dance, movement within nature and the landscape and it’s a whole beautiful world to be discovered. I heard a tree’s prayer ‘don’t destroy what you need’ it was a plea to humans to connect and feel our roots within nature. Also that we need the oxygen and they need the CO2. A needed exchange of existence.
    It mirrors what you have expressed in your work. Thank you for acknowledging nature in this way.
    I also love your analogy with the chess board. Powerful work 🙌
    Thank you

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