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Adam Clutterbuck

Sue Dyson

Sue Dyson

It is important to me to try and really look and make sense of the scene in front of me and consider the image that I am wanting to create before I even think about using my camera.


Exploring the shape, colour, form and texture of the subject I then take a series of images to represent how I am feeling about the scene in front of me. I am keen to develop ‘my eye’ for taking an image that represents at least one of these elements. My images, therefore, range from wide angle landscapes to close up macro work. I am interested in achieving the best image in camera at the time of shooting, so editing time is kept to a minimum.


I take both colour and black & white images and I like to explore the possibilities for both whenever I am out with my camera


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