OK, before we start, I have a confession to make… I am currently “The Injured Cycling Photographer” but such is life and I’ll be back on the bike soon. Having moved back to Dorset (my county of birth) in 2012 after setting myself up as an IT Project specialist, I spent some time commuting up […]
About Tom Ormerod
"I am a family man with a wife and 2 girls, living in Bournemouth on the south coast of England. When I am not standing knee deep in water or doing an impression of a mountain goat on the side of a cliff, I work as an IT Consultant and specialise in the Education sector. I have always been around cameras and photography but only recently found my niche. I had a hand-me-down Pentax Spotmatic Film camera when I was a teenager (quite a few years ago now), then a 2MP Kodak DC5000 digital camera in 2000 and then followed by a couple of Fuji bridge cameras. I advanced to an entry-level DSLR - a Canon 350D around 2007 and next a 650D in 2010 but I never really got past basic aperture/shutter priority modes and family snaps. I am now an Olympus shooter using their OM-D EM1 MkII camera and an array of lenses. I shoot primarily seascapes and I love shots that have a lot of close foreground detail."