I first started to do some serious photography about the time I bought my first digital camera, a Fuji Finepix S5500, back in 2005. I then upgraded to a Digital SLR, a Nikon D40, which has been used for the bulk of my photography until recently upgrading to a Nikon D3100. Prior to this I had used a couple of fairly cheap 35mm compact cameras, with varying degrees of success.
The vast majority of my photographs in the galleries on this site will therefore be those taken in digital format. All of my digital photographs are saved in RAW format on the camera, and then converted via Photoshop. Most photographs do not require many alterations in Photoshop, as I prefer to get everything right "in camera".
I am also including on this site the railway photographs that my father took during the 70s, 80s and early 90s. Apart from the very earliest photos, most of them were taken on a Pratika 35mm camera, and have been scanned in from the prints of these photos. Once I have access to a negative scanner, these will be rescanned from the original negatives where they are available.