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Mark Witham
Registered: 24/07/2010   Last Update: 17/01/2011
I was born in Stoke on Trent in 1968 and at the age of 14 I took my first landscape photograph in Llandudno North Wales on my mum's Agfa 126 camera. I didn't realise at the time just what effect this would have in the future.

Taking photographs in the family was reserved for special occasions; birthdays, Christmas, holidays. I was usually the subject rather than the photographer. This was all about to change. Having taken the 'snap' of 'West shore', it was only when the prints came back from the chemist that I realised that I had seen pictures as good as this in magazines. The bug had bitten me. I now needed my own camera. Things were getting really technical now; shutter speeds, apertures, film speeds etc, this was a great time of experimentation.

At 17 years of age I joined Queensbury camera class where I met the class lecturer Mike Salt who would turn out to be a great friend and source of inspiration. A year after joining the class Mike asked me to become his assistant at the class. This was a golden opportunity for some real experience and I remained Mike's assistant for several years until I became a part time lecturer at Stoke on Trent College teaching City & Guilds Photography.

During the time at Queensbury, Mike taught me black & white printing and as you can see from my portfolio, I have had a great love of the art ever since. Another great love of mine is for square format images. I owned a 6x6 Bronica for many years and instantly took to the format. Some people have difficulty shooting square landscapes, but given the right subject the uniformity can work extremely well.

The Peak District has magical and dramatically diverse landscapes. Having photographed the area for over twenty years, I still manage to find new places to photograph like Swallet falls which is to the west of Eyam in Derbyshire. Places that I have photographed before usually have a repeat visit. The light can change within minutes and sometimes it’s a case of being in the right place at the right time and anticipating the finished image.