As I am in the middle of re-producing a number of old blogs from old myfinepix site Fujifilm used to run, I thought now might be a good time to explain a little about myself and what I am hoping to do with this blog.

As explained previously I am an amateur photographer who has trying to further my hobby now for a little over 3 years.

I like to photograph a number of different subjects – birds (particularly birds of prey), animals, architecture (mainly historical), aircraft, and family and friends.

Almost all of my photography is done on days out with the family so essentially I will be sharing our days out along with a few more days where I have been allowed out on my own. Hopefully this may give people ideas on where they can go for a nice day out as well as giving like minded people some ideas for where to go for some great photo opportunities.

Nave through the arch

The main aim of my blog is to be sharing my (hopeful) development as a photographer and would be interested in what people think of my work as I go along whilst giving ideas for days out and providing as much information as I can.

Having tried this once before almost a year ago and not getting very far I am using blogging101 to give some impetus to keep me going.

Feel free to leave me any feedback or any constructive criticism as it will all help in the end.

Thank you for taking the time to view my blog, I hope you enjoy it.


16 responses to “Introduction to the restart of my blog”

  1. Karen Avatar

    Wonderful images.

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    1. neiltorr Avatar

      Thanks Karen 🙂

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  2. lilypup Avatar

    Beautiful photos! Enjoy Blogging 101! http://lilypupslife.wordpress.com/

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    1. neiltorr Avatar

      Thanks @lilypup 🙂

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  3. thehouseofbailey Avatar

    Love the photos – I too like to capture birds and take a lot of photos on family days out. They are nowhere near your quality though. I will watch your blog for ideas and inspiration! Need to dust off my camera.

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    1. neiltorr Avatar

      Thank – family days out are the best. I will start to include a few details about the photos soon so that anyone interested can see what I do. These two were taken on cameras I had on review from Fujifilm – one of which I still have for the moment – and as much as I love my own camera it is not up to the standard of either of the other two. Must get saving to get a new camera 🙂

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  4. Celeste's Quiet Ramblings Avatar

    Great photos. Can’t wait to see more. Welcome to blogging 101

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    1. neiltorr Avatar

      Thanks Celeste 🙂

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  6. cahall63 Avatar

    Love your photography! Looking forward to more!

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    1. neiltorr Avatar

      Thank you 🙂

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  7. Barry's Images Avatar

    Your work doesn’t look like an amateur at all. Nice stuff

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    1. neiltorr Avatar

      Thanks for the kind words Barry 🙂

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