About Elizabeth Midgley
I prefer to focus on the composition of individual flowers, creating botanical portraits. My photographs are taken in natural day light. I use a Canon EOS M5 Mark II camera with a Canon EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macros IS STM lens, I also use a Fujifilm gfx 50r, with a Mamiya 80mm macro f/4 Lens.
I studied Botany at the University of Reading (1992-95), followed by a doctorate at The London School of Pharmacy (1995-98). This was subsequently followed by a career in the pharmaceutical industry, until I decided to pause my career and focus on my family and raising four children. Gardening, flowers and photography have been a continued passion throughout.
Professional roles: None of the above
Location: United Kingdom