Always Improving

“Highly Commended” Awarded Image October 2012

 

Whilst always trying to improve, it can sometimes be hard to measure what we have achieved. Each month I enter some of my images into the monthly competition managed by The Societies – an international collection of eight photographic organisations including the Society Of Wedding And Portrait Photographers, with whom we are proud to hold our Licentiate qualification.

October’s competition was as challenging as ever, with fellow photographers from all over the world submitting some amazing images. So it was yet another surprise to find out that the above image received a “Highly Commended” award by the judges.

This will be my third Highly Commended award this year and whilst I am proud of my achievements so far, I am always working hard, building on my skills and hope I will achieve my first Gold award in the not too distant future.

Maggie’s Photoshoot

It was great to finally get to meet Margaret & David Rooney, whose daughter, Sara, had surprised them with one of our gift vouchers for christmas. I had previously met Maggie, the black working labrador at one of the many shows I had attended along with Sara. Margaret had order prints in the past but, whilst we had spoken, we had never met.

Maggie was brilliant and clearly found the whole experience very exciting. Her relationship with David in particular was clear for all to see, however when the training dummy came out thats when she truly came into her own. A descendant ¬†from a lone line of working dogs and with a Field Trials Champion for a father, Maggie was literally “born to work”.

David & Maggie

David, Margaret & Maggie

Maggie & the training dummy.
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