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Lesley Lomas

Photographic Bio

I've enjoyed taking pictures for years, but don't consider myself a serious photographer. My earliest attempt (as a teenager) was with a compact camera borrowed from my parents to take on a geography field trip in the Lake District. Most photos taken since revolved around holidays or walking excursions, until I started travelling abroad with my ex-husband. He was a keen Aviation Enthusiast, and as many of our trips involved time spent in and around airfields, he gave me a spare Canon EOS 650 to keep me occupied. I found I enjoyed the challenge of taking fast moving subjects, and was pleased to find my images were better than I expected, and waiting for the slides to be returned through the post was always exciting.
Following my move to Leek in 2006, I joined Leek PC and developed more of an interest in Photography. Since becoming Treasurer, I've also been more involved in the running of the Club.
My first Digital SLR was a Sony alpha 500 which gave good results, but I swapped to a Nikon D300s about 4 years ago, and replaced that with a Nikon D7200 more recently.

Camera equipment

Nikon D7200, Nikon 28-300mm Lens

Preferred subjects

Anything that doesn't require vast amounts of patience! Sports Action - especially Motorcycle Racing, general photography when out and about.

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Copyright information

The copyright in all photographs within this gallery are owned exclusively by the photographer. No copying or distributing of any kind without the written consent of the copyright owner is allowed.

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