Harold Neale 1280

Attleborough, United Kingdom
Amateur photographer and retired design and technology teacher. My first camera, in about 1959, was an Halina 35mm fully manual and I still have some Kodachrome slides shot using it. I progressed to a Praktica SLR and then Canon AE-1 Program in the mid 80s. I had several Canon SLRs. In the early 2000s I started into digital but not DSLR. I decided that the time of having to carry a range of lens would end so I started buying Fujifilm bridge cameras. These included the Finepix S602 Zoom, S7000, S9500 and S100FS which I still use. I also use a Panasonic FZ1000 and a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mk II when I want to travel light. For post processing I use Paintshop Pro and Luminar Neo. I always try to shoot in RAW unless I have to push the camera to places that don't allow RAW.