Welcome to 2017, A New Year a New Start. The time to start afresh by setting our News Year’s resolutions. I must confess I’m not one to usually to set a resolution as I will usual break it by the end of the second week in January but this year I have actually set one and I hope that I can carry it through to the end of year. I want to make my photography business a success.
Having turned pro in August 2016 I thought it would just be a case of taking a few pictures of things, creating a website and away I’d go. But what people don’t tell is all the stuff that goes on behind the scenes. Finding the locations, processing the images, uploading them to sights, social media and not to mention keeping a track of expenses. It is certainly not an easy business to get started in where everyone has a camera in their phone.
Throughout 2017 I want to share the images that I have enjoyed photographing and think you will share in my enjoyment of viewing. If there is anything in particular that you would like to see more of then please drop me an email and I will try my hardest to accommodate the request.
Thank you for all your support so far and here’s to a fantastic 2017
Hello and Welcome to my website.
Hopefully you will be following me on social media and will therefore know a bit about me and my struggles but if not then you won’t.
I’ve always enjoyed photography but have only ever really seen it as a hobby until I was made redundant in 2015 and was looking for something to do whilst I was hunting for another job so I picked up my camera and started photographing things around the house. Especially my poor cats who had to endure the camera being poked in their face nearly every day. I think they were relieved when I finally found a new job. But I had caught the bug and I carried out on taking pictures when ever I could.
The only thing that would stop me is my health. Unfortunately, in the August I lost my peripheral vision in both eyes and now have limited eyesight but I don’t let this on top of all my other health conditions stop me.
I’m the crazy lady sat at the side of an airfield in the pouring rain in a wheelchair. I’m outside in battling the wind to try and get a picture of a flower before it starts to rain as the lightings just right using my crutch to prop my camera up. I’m the one who get’s in the way of other people’s photos because I can’t see them. But at the end of the day it’s just another challenge that I have to overcome and photography is something that can help take my mind off all of that.
I hope you enjoy my photo’s and please keep checking back as I will try and keep it as up to date as possible.