Sue Dobson CPAGB APAGB
I enjoy my photography but, unlike many others, certainly do not consider it a passion. I had my first “proper” camera (a totally manual Pentax SLR) in the late 1970s because I wanted to photograph birds up close. Since then I have broadened my subject matter to include almost anything that “catches my eye” although natural history and birds are still top of my list. In the year 2000 I moved to a Canon DSLR but after many years found the weight too excessive and currently use a, lighter, Fujifilm XT series camera.
I joined Loughton Camera Club in 1981, became a committee member two years later taking on the posts of Publicity Officer, General Secretary and three spells as President. Since 1996 I have served on the Executive Committee of the EAF, currently as General Secretary.
Daffodils in Glass Vase
In Enchanted Wood
Male House Sparrow Feeding Young
Past their Best
Snowdrops in Wedgewood Vase
Lily Leaf and Ripples
Natural Colour Selection
Young Red Deer Stag
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