Professional photographer is highly commended

A PROFESSIONAL photographer has become a highly commended finalist in an international competition with his photograph of the Marine Lake causeway.

A PROFESSIONAL photographer has become a highly commended finalist in an international competition with his photograph of the Marine Lake causeway.

Alex Wolfe-Warman, of Leewood Road, Weston, has worked as a professional photographer for 15 years and has travelled the world for various companies including Greenpeace, capturing the culture and people in his images.

In his career the 43-year-old has received 14 Professional Fuji awards and his work has been published by The Times, Marks and Spencer and Professional Photographer Magazine.

Most recently he beat thousands of entries to become a highly commended finalist in the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.


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Alex said: "The photograph is of a couple walking along Marine Lake.

"I created the white landscape by overexposing the photograph.

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"I am very pleased to have won.

"I have previously won awards for my portrait photographs but this is the first for landscape and it is the most prestigious competition of its kind in the world."

Alex has been running workshops and photography holidays in Spain for two years and has recently started workshops in Weston.

Alex said: "I provide one to one tuition and group classes on a wide range of photography subjects.

"There are classes for all levels of experience and I help people to improve their photography in a relaxed and fun environment."

For more details visit www.makebetterphotos.co.uk

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