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Alan Edwards LRPS
I've been living for the last 20 years in the beautiful town of Bournemouth in Dorset. The area offers a wide range of photographic opportunities. Capturing the moment is the basis of producing a commendable image,whether it be a portrait or landscape or whatever your chosen subject may be.

Biography
Alan has been making and taking photographs for more years than he can care to remember.
His first camera was given to him by my father, and if his memory serves him correctly it was an Agfa Billy Record, which had extending bellows and 120 roll film.
He then progressed to Pentax K100 35mm SLR cameras of which he had several of {mainly due to them breaking down) then an Olympus OM1.
The digital age brought him into the realms of Fuji cameras and then ultimately to the Nikon range.
My lovely wife and I now have 2 beautiful twin girls who we adore and spend as much time as possible with them.
It's always a pleasure to see something in your"mind's eye" then create it into an image.
As the world is a rapidly changing place perhaps it's a great idea that photographers capture the moment before it vanishes.
Alan is also a licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society

12/03/14

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Alan Edwards LRPS
I've been living for the last 20 years in the beautiful town of Bournemouth in Dorset. The area offers a wide range of photographic opportunities. Capturing the moment is the basis of producing a commendable image,whether it be a portrait or landscape or whatever your chosen subject may be.

Biography
Alan has been making and taking photographs for more years than he can care to remember.
His first camera was given to him by my father, and if his memory serves him correctly it was an Agfa Billy Record, which had extending bellows and 120 roll film.
He then progressed to Pentax K100 35mm SLR cameras of which he had several of {mainly due to them breaking down) then an Olympus OM1.
The digital age brought him into the realms of Fuji cameras and then ultimately to the Nikon range.
My lovely wife and I now have 2 beautiful twin girls who we adore and spend as much time as possible with them.
It's always a pleasure to see something in your"mind's eye" then create it into an image.
As the world is a rapidly changing place perhaps it's a great idea that photographers capture the moment before it vanishes.
Alan is also licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society