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Images By Raymond Dormer

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Now an established member of the "over 50's Club" I started off using a film camera many years ago and I remember the anticipation awaiting the results from the lab. The cameras I used were handed down from my (late) father when he upgraded his own equipment. I remember using a Zorki and a Zenith along with a light meter to get the correct exposure. We also developed our own B&W images in a small cupboard under the stairs (no Harry Potter here!). I eventually bought my own camera - a Minolta X300 - in 1988 on Guernsey. Taking pictures using the digital medium was started with a Sony DSC-P9 then a Canon and Panasonic before I discovered the Fuji X-A1. I then upgraded to an X-T20. I currently shoot with a Fuji X-T3 with a multitude of different lenses. My gear comes with me (almost) everywhere I go. Fuji equipment found my love of taking pictures resurged. I have even recently dipped my toes into wedding photography when friends asked me to take some images of their wedding (Doug and Chiara - thanks!!) I did another when my brother and his fiancée tied the knot in August 2019. One of my images has been published in a small book after a competition on “Visit The Trossachs” Facebook page, two images were published in “Scottish Life” magazine in a feature on Bridge of Allan, several images have been featured in an international gallery organised by “Glasgow Gallery of Photography” in the Savoy Centre, Glasgow - another showing a rescue at the Monument was published by Press & Journal and (to date) 51 images available by licence on Getty Images through the website 500px. I hope you get some enjoyment from visiting my page and viewing my images

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