Steve Proctor

UK Based Photographer & Photoshop Disciple


Welcome to my world, well my blog anyway…

These pages will typically tell you a bit about my photography outings and exploits around the UK and also occasionally in the bigger world.
I have been taking photos for a while now, I got my first camera for my 21st birthday which feels like a long time ago. I began by taking landscapes then when the kids arrived they were what I generally photographed but they’re older now and I’ve got a bit more time on my hands. My passion for this art form has really accelerated during the last couple of years when I’ve really tried to lift my game. I am a member of two camera clubs, one of which is my local club Ribblesdale and the other is Chorley who are one of the top clubs in the world.

Personally, I have attained the CPAGB accreditation which equated to being a ‘good club standard photographer’ and I have now gained the DPAGB which is ‘good exhibition level photographer’, with the PAGB (Photographic Alliance of Great Britain). I have also managed to work my way to BPE5* in the British Photographic Exhibitions circuit which has been both interesting and challenging.
My two favourite subjects, photographically, are Wildlife and People and between them they fill a fair chunk of my portfolio. I am also keen to add Sports and Dance to my repertoire. I am a fairly competent user of Adobe Photoshop to enhance or even create images but I strongly believe that PS should be used to make a great photograph better and not to just salvage a poor image – get it right in camera!

I hope you enjoy looking through the blog.

Leyland Exhibition Winner with ‘Whispering Waifs
DPAGB in Prints at Colchester
DPAGB Presentation from Gordon Jenkins (PAGB)

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  1. Congrats on your CPAGB Steve. Don’t think about DPAGB straight away but start entering the BPEs to test your readiness to achieve at that level. It is a good guide to the requirement for D.

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