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There were plenty of highlights in 2015, many car related as this side of the business has gathered real momentum over the last twelve months. I covered Salon Prive at Blenheim Place in September, with some of the most amazing cars on display including the James Bond Spectre DB10 which was on public display for the first time. Also covering a photo shoot for RM Sothebys of a 2.1 million euro Ferrari 250 Lusso was a real highlight. More courses covered at Brooklands Museum as well, the Best of British car photography course saw an amazing selection of iconic cars, including the Bond DB5, I also had a DB9 for the weekend which was a real pleasure to drive.

Commercially it was a real eclectic mix, a lot of education photography for Colleges, Schools and Universities and business wise a really nice variety for Shepherd Neame, documenting the hop pickers was one of my favourite shoots of the year. I have put together a montage of photos which provided a mix of photography covered. The other big event was the change from Canon to Nikon, after using canon film and digital cameras for twenty plus years it was a big step but glad I made the change, quality wise they just seem to be a step ahead as well as build quality (my issue with Canon).

2016 looks like being a varied bag already, coming up restaurants, vets and hotel photography plus my New Year resolution to cover a car photo shoot at least once a week. Thank you for taking the time to read the blog and have a great 2016.
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