Clive Bareham
I strive for images that are graphic, simple and geometric. I like to think that observers are motivated to make sense of the geometry and imagine their own story line.

Terry Chowns

I have always been interested in photography from an early age. When I joined APG about six years ago it showed what could be achieved. My main photographic interests are Scenery, Transport and the unusual

Pamela Stirling LRPS
I’ve been taking photographs including cine film since a child. Whilst a member of the Lambretta scooter club I took photos at their events which were used in the club magazine. I also worked for some years for a Nottingham photographer in his darkroom printing black and white images...pre colour film. Then marriage and family photos followed. When I retired I joined a camera workshop to find out how to use a digital camera better. I joined Axminster and Sidmouth Camera clubs after gaining my LRPS.

Ian Crawford
Joined the Axminster Photographic Group in 2007 with the aim of developing my photography having just retired to Axminster. Today I find that I always have my “iPhone” with me, this has and continues to produced some memorable images, some example of which are below. Additionally I have a Nikon P900 and a Z50 both have enabled some great wildlife images.

Paul Frisby
My interests are in macro photography, landscape and some manipulation using software. In the macro field I take flowers, fossils and mechanical items, usually using a single light source and reflector. I was reluctant to adopt digital as I felt the quality of the image couldn't match that of a print. I now wish I had made the transition much earlier.

Rachael Whitbread
"I’ve been taking photographs since I was a child, photography for me is second nature, - informing how I see things and how I interpret them. The Dorset countryside tends to be my main subject, although I take my camera everywhere and focus on anything that catches my eye."

Patricia Rous
I have been taking photographs for a long time and my iPhone is always with me when I am out and about, enabling me to capture our beautiful countryside.

Chris Sellers
As a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) I first moved to the West Country in 1976, I'm primarily a landscape photographer, focusing on the South West of England and Scotland - both regions full of photographic richness and potential. The majority of images have been captured on Leica M rangefinder camera.

Charles White
I am relatively new to digital photography, so as yet I have no specific style. I am keen on birdlife and have started exploring the world of macro photography

Phil Hodges aFIAP cPAGB
A happily retired traditional photographer, favourite subjects :-- Aircraft, Animals - wild and domestic and 'Painting with light '. A convert from Canon to Nikon enjoying relearning everything .

Barrie Castle LRPS
Whilst I appreciate the aesthetics of post camera manipulations, my objective is always to 'Get it Right First Time'. Interests are general with some bias towards Travel, Natural History and Steam Trains.

Dave Wicken
'I have recently bought a 600mm lens, and By Jove it's a heavy beast. So, once I've finished my body-building for duffers work-out course, you can expect a lot more wildlife photographs from me.'

Chris Perfect ARPS
Having embraced the fascinating new world of the digital image I still find it is the final printed image that is my preferred output. Work in colour now allows many interpretations and I strive to convey the atmosphere of a subject. I still find monochrome to be an expressive medium and enjoy its strong graphic quality.