I started my photographic journey while living in Zambia. almost 50 years ago.
Being interested in Wildlife I decided to visit Luangwa Valley Game Park and tried to buy a Camera.
All I could find was a second-hand Zenith B with a 50mm lens.
Not the best equipment to take on safari.
My results were disappointing.
Soon after this I returned to the UK and bought my first Nikon, joined a camera club, and built a darkroom.
I was given a Sony Mavica in 1999 that recorded images on a floppy disc and was not impressed with digital Photograph.
10 years later technology had moved on and I decided to buy a DSLR.
The advantages for wildlife photography were obvious and I very soon started to specialise.
However, I enjoy and take all genre of Photography and give talks to Photographic Societies, Wildlife Groups etc.