Terry Lee

Joined the club in 1998 and have submitted entries only in the slide competitions, using Fuji film, and in Club Challenge competitions. Went "digital" with a Canon 20D in September 2005 and have hardly used slide film since (the film remains in my freezer). I don't specialise as such, though I take photos on my overseas bird watching holidays.

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  • The first five shots of three penguins each - with "built in" titles - were taken on Saunders Island in the Falklands, on slide film.
  • The Penguins have landed
    Taken on Sea Lion Island in the Falklands on a very wet and windy afternoon, these Gentoo penguins had come ashore where they immediately start to preen, once out the reach of circling Killer Whales. Slide film
  • Speeding to Brighton
    London to Brighton veteran car rally, using the poor light to enable a slow shutter speed whilst panning and a burst of flash at the end. Digital SLR
  • Sevenoaks headstone
    Taken with low afternoon winters sun to highlight the moss. Part of a Sevenoaks Camera Club challenge. Slide film
  • Winter Dawn
    Taken close to my home in Surrey about 30 to 45 minutes before sunrise. Slide film
  • A bit of colour
    Lupin flowers taken on holiday at Lake Tekapo, New Zealand with strong backlighting from the sun. Slide film
  • Striated Caracara, Falkland Islands
    This bird sat at the edge of a cliff on Carcass Island, looking after its mate sitting on eggs half way down the cliff. Slide film.
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