Currently photography is a past time I do in between the working week in the dull IT industry. I used my first camera back when I was about 6 years old, a Clik ‘o’ Mat 110. I learnt Black and White photography at school in the 70’s using a Nikkormat SLR and Darkroom developing and printing etc. I’ve have owned and used many 35mm compacts and film SLR cameras and a Canon 5D. Now I embrace the Fuji X Mirrorless CSC using an XE-1. I use several legacy glass primes like the Takumar 55mm f1.8, Canon FD 50mm F1.4 and Takumar 35mm F3.5.
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Peter Denniston was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He has been taking photographs since an early age having his first camera at age 6. He uses both film and digital cameras to capture his vision.
Through this medium of photography he expresses these visual statements about his place in the city and how this world impinges upon him. Subjects and themes can be anything that express this emotional vision, including landscape, architecture, people or any of the many man made forms that surround us. His style of photographic imagery expresses feelings of awe and humility drawn from his unique landscape.
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