The site went live in May 2006. After many years of involvement in travel, academic and reportage photography and concentrating mainly on stock work and commissions, I decided it was time to make use of the domain name that I had registered years before.
I have accumulated over 20,000 transparencies taken over 25 years (that's me, left, in California). I started using digital cameras in 2001 and went ‘almost-fully digital’ in 2004. By late 2005, I had amassed over a terabyte of RAW, TIF and JPEG digital images and scanned transparencies.
My aim for the site is to obviously publicise my work but I also do print sales. On the site you will find a series of technical articles which I have written and adapted for use on the web. The first of these concentrates on digital SLR exposure and work flow, advice on equipment, archiving and storage. I will also be trying to convince people that they should not throw away their film SLRs just yet!
The Photo Galleries section has a collection of some of my most recent travel images plus a few older shots included for interest.
Thanks for visiting. Please bookmark the site and come back again, as the site will be updated regularly.Photography lessons and tutoring are available - See First Tutors site for more information
See My Blog for further updates on my photographic travels and experiences.
I also have portfolios on other sites such as Photo.net.See my wine Blog for more information on wine tasting
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Gary White, London