P e t e D u n c a n p h ot o g r a p h y
About Pete Duncan
I'm an amateur photographer from the UK. Having taken photographs for more years than I care to remember, I've finally realised that this is something I should have spent more time on. But life got in the way.
I think I have an 'eye' for a good image, but my technical skills are not quite as good as they might be. We can all improve and I should definitely take an Advanced Photography course.
I currently use a Canon EOS 6D camera with 24-105mm and 100-400mm lenses. They do the job pretty well.
I have two main photographic passions - landscapes and wildlife (particularly birdlife). I love vibrant, colourful images which seem to jump off the screen and grab your attention. But in recent years I've become quite partial to more moody shots and particularly monochrome images. I'm not a great one for Photoshop or Lightroom, so whilst most of my images have had some minor adjustments, they all show pretty much what I saw through the lens at the time.
So far my travels have taken me to some wonderful places - Antarctica, the Arctic, Kenya, Tanzania, The Gambia, Nepal, Kerala, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, British Columbia, Western USA, New York, Costa Rica, Argentina, Iceland, Norway, Romania and Japan. But I would happily swop any of these places for a month in the West Highlands of Scotland in May, where many of my best images have been taken.
Please browse through my Portfolio and Destinations gallery. I hope you enjoy the images as much as I do!
If you have any questions, please complete the message form on my Contact page
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