Heather Bodle

I joined my husband in Photography in about the mid nineties when he gave me a Nikon F65, he did this he says to stop me moaning when  I was waiting for him to take a picture, when he was waiting for the correct light and atmosphere to appear.

I then joined him in Tonbridge Camera Club where it was not long before I had moved into the advanced class winning most of the major competitions internally and externally of the camera club.

My interest in Photography is mainly landscapes and flower Photography although I will have a go at anything if I believe it will make a good picture. I like soft subtle images with soft subtle colours found on misty mornings. I particularly love Cumbria and the Lake District for this sort of photography although my husband and I, have traveled to many locations around the country for our Photography.

I was shooting mainly on Sensia slide film which gave me the extra speed I needed in my Photography with my Nikon F65. I then in around 2000 moved entirely to digital, I have both a Nikon D50 my first digital camera, and a Nikon D90 with an 18 - 135 Nikkor Lens but my main camera of choice is a Fujifilm X T2 and an 18 - 135 Fujifiilm Lens.

                                                           Heather Bodle