What they say on the tin.
A more comprehensive (less selective?) scrapbook of my pictures, including some from specific shoots and events.
Other sites worth exploring
"A charity that promotes the public appreciation of photography and its highest standards, which holds exhibitions, talks and workshops, and supports developing photographers across the UK and internationally. Membership* is open to all, and by joining you will become part of community of over 11,000 people who share a love of photography."
* I'm a member.
"An online community for anyone with a keen interest in taking pictures. The site centres on high-quality photography contests, set by working photographers, that are designed to be the most inspiring reason you’ll find online to go out and shoot new work, or to sift through your back catalogue."
A print and online photography magazine with an interesting variety of informative and inspiring articles. Its title "references the language of modern photography. Over the years, the term 'taking pictures' has begun to be replaced with 'making photographs'. The change signifies a distinction between the widespread use of cameras in the modern world and the more systematic, thoughtful process of creating photographic art."