About David Jordan
I am interested in all aspects of photography, but I do like to produce graphic images that are rich in texture and tone. Although I enjoy colour photography, my favoured medium is monochrome imaging. I try to use lenses in a creative fashion, and use a wide range of lenses including macro, fisheye, pinhole and Lensbabies to produce images that intrigue. I use a variety of cameras including a Pentax K3, Canon EOS M3 and Ricoh GXR. I obtained my Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2014 with monochrome prints. I have judged and lectured at camera clubs for over 20 years.
FRPS (2014)I have lectured and judged in East Anglia for the last 20 years.
Professional roles: Lecturer, Photographer, Teacher
Location: United Kingdom