BetterPhoto Member: Malcolm Ainsworth


member since September 20, 2004

Thank you for visiting my gallery. People and city life are the two areas that I like to shoot. I do hope you will share your thoughts on how you think any of these photos could be improved upon. Thank you.
- Malcolm

-Malcolm Ainsworth

 Women! Who needs ...

Women! Who needs ...
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Mystic Tower

Mystic Tower
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Hiiiiiighherrrr!

Hiiiiiighherrrr!
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Harbour lights

Harbour lights
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 EXCUSE ME! I thin...


EXCUSE ME! I thin...
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Aberdeen Harbour

Aberdeen Harbour
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Farewell my love

Farewell my love
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Sailing into the ...


Sailing into the ...
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 Where is everyone...

Where is everyone...
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Can


Can't wait to sho...
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Giant Dandelions

Giant Dandelions
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Tough job

Tough job
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 The Environment F...

The Environment F...
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In a photo

In a photo
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On a Train to Now...

On a Train to Now...
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Let Us Out!

Let Us Out!
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 Schoolboy racers

Schoolboy racers
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Bookworm

Bookworm
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Bobbing Along

Bobbing Along
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Glistening Rocks

Glistening Rocks
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 Colourful Wrappin...

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Where the Lights ...

Where the Lights ...
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Praying for good ...

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Crowded HK

Crowded HK
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 Ferry Mooring Rop...

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Tasty Tomatoes

Tasty Tomatoes
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God of Mercy

God of Mercy
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Bio

I started snapping photos with a 35mm point and click camera when I was a kid. I never really took it seriously and just enjoyed recording street life in a little town called Darwen in Lancashire where I lived. Fast forward 30 years, and I bought my first digital camera, a Nikon Coolpix 5700 - what a great little camera that is -- a few years ago and that got me going. Then the Nikon D70 came out and I was blown away. Brilliant camera. I love taking photos of city scenes, people and landscapes - anything that tickles my fancy really. After taking a couple of BP courses with Bryan Peterson, my ability to take good photos has improved multifold. Cheers Bryan.

-- Malcolm

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