Margaret Warren

I have always enjoyed taking photographs and have owned a range of cameras over the years. Like many people of my generation, my first camera was a Kodak Brownie 127 (1955 vintage) and it was not until I had finished college that it was replaced by a half frame Olympus PEN EE. With fully automatic exposure and fixed focusing, it was a compact, point and shoot camera, which took really good images. Since then I have lost count of the number of film and digital cameras that I've owned, but I currently use a Fujifilm X-T10.

My husband Allen and I were members of TPS back in the 1980s, lapsed our membership in the 1990s and returned to the fold in 2004, when the digital age was well under way. I always enjoy Club meetings and rarely miss a Thursday evening or Monday afternoon.

Over the years most of my images have been record shots taken whilst on holiday, but I really enjoy a photographic challenge, especially when asked to produce images to illustrate a theme e.g. shadows, architecture etc.