John Twiname


About

I am a New Zealander who has been interested in photography since my brother gave a camera back in the early 80s. Until the last 6 years or so, I had been using a film camera, preferring to use slide film rather than moving over to digital. For part of this time, I did not take that many photos as I chose to concentrate on my work. Meeting people who were also keen photographers, and the advent of the full-frame sensor, however, tempted me back into photography. Since then I have enjoyed getting out and taking photographs with my wife. As much as I enjoy the end result of my efforts, the process – the getting to the location, the waiting, the setting up, and the post-processing are all enjoyable parts of the experience.


Works

Curled

Ribbons

Swirls

Wormhole

Vanishing Point

Lit Gherkin

Rubik's Cube

Intersection

Jagged Profile

Spaceship

Looking Up

The Wedge

Sea Wall

Sea Marker

Zigzag

Wonky

Ruined

Disused