After full time education and a career in mechanical engineering, at 50 I had a career change.
I studied Fine Arts and design at Huddersfield collage of art which covered Ceramics, sketching, life drawing, painting, print making, textiles, Photography and art history. This led me to full time university education at Bradford, gaining a BA (Hons) degree in computer graphics and communication photography. I am also an associate member of the Royal Photographic Society. Now retired my main interest in photography lies in landscape and travel using film and digital technology, producing mono and colour images in the traditional way, and with the advent of digital capture turned to DSLR and the computer using photoshop and Nikon Capture NX for post capture processing, scanning negatives and transparencies to digital, and producing images for web design, another of my many interests and activities.
Malcolm S Firth BA(Hons) ARPS.