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Photographer in Focus
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Jo Zaluska
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I have loved photography since I was a child. My first camera was Smena, a low cost 35 mm film camera and I remember taking it everywhere and photographing everything with really no idea what I was doing. Years later I bought myself Kodak VR35, a very trendy point and shoot camera at the time, which I abused terribly during when travelling. Then came different priorities – family, work, different hobbies, but eventually about thirteen years ago I decided to go back to photography, and purchase myself a Canon PowerShot S3, and that was when I started learning the basics of a camera, the aperture, the shutter speed etc. Later on I replaced it with Canon 1100D, my first DSLR camera, which still serves me well as a backup camera during my travels to different parts of the world. I also own a Canon 7D. I love travelling and my photography is mostly based on my travels, so in other words - travel photography is the one I’m mostly into therefore including landscapes. I also enjoy street photography and architecture, especially abandoned buildings. I have a very basic knowledge of using photo editing software. The one I have chosen to use is Lightroom and I use it mostly for cropping, adjusting or optimizing my pictures. However, since I became a WPS member, I have started discovering its secrets, and I’m finding it to be a great fun. I must admit that joining WPS was the best decision I have made for years and wish I had done it earlier. I really enjoy our Tuesday nights, lectures given by professional photographers and competition nights. It is very interesting and educating to listen to the constructive critique of the judges.
Alps and Mont Blanc
Abandoned Asylum
Death Valley
Grand Canyon - Hermits Rest Route
Lavender Fields
Depth
Lower Antelope Canyon
Death Valley - Dante's View
Canon Powershot S3 IS :  8mm, 1/250sec, f/4, ISO-n/a, 0 step Canon Powershot S3 IS :  6mm, 1/250sec, f/4, ISO-n/a, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  155mm, 1/200sec, f/11, ISO-160, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  20mm, 1/640sec, f/8, ISO-100, -0.7 step Canon Powershot S3 IS :  8mm, 1/125sec, f/4, ISO-n/a, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  32mm, 1/200sec, f/11, ISO-100, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  20mm, 1/200sec, f/14, ISO-100, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  28mm, 1/60sec, f/8, ISO-400, -0.7 step
Inside Antelope Lower Canyon
Jo Zaluska Canon EOS 1100D :  20mm, 1/200sec, f/14, ISO-100, 0 step Samsung GT-I9515 :  4mm, 1/35sec, f/2.2, ISO-50, 0 step
Rain In Pamukkale
Canon EOS 1100D :  18mm, 1/125sec, f/11, ISO-100, 0 step
Cloudy with a Chance of Rain
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2018
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed form or digitally without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
I have loved photography since I was a child. My first camera was Smena, a low cost 35 mm film camera and I remember taking it everywhere and photographing everything with really no idea what I was doing. Years later I bought myself Kodak VR35, a very trendy point and shoot camera at the time, which I abused terribly during when travelling. Then came different priorities – family, work, different hobbies, but eventually about thirteen years ago I decided to go back to photography, and purchase myself a Canon PowerShot S3, and that was when I started learning the basics of a camera, the aperture, the shutter speed etc. Later on I replaced it with Canon 1100D, my first DSLR camera, which still serves me well as a backup camera during my travels to different parts of the world. I also own a Canon 7D. I love travelling and my photography is mostly based on my travels, so in other words - travel photography is the one I’m mostly into therefore including landscapes. I also enjoy street photography and architecture, especially abandoned buildings. I have a very basic knowledge of using photo editing software. The one I have chosen to use is Lightroom and I use it mostly for cropping, adjusting or optimizing my pictures. However, since I became a WPS member, I have started discovering its secrets, and I’m finding it to be a great fun. I must admit that joining WPS was the best decision I have made for years and wish I had done it earlier. I really enjoy our Tuesday nights, lectures given by professional photographers and competition nights. It is very interesting and educating to listen to the constructive critique of the judges.
Photographer in Focus Jo Zaluska
Photographs on this page are Copyright © Jo Zaluska
Click on a photo to view it larger and see a slide- show of the images on this page
Alps and Mont Blanc
Abandoned Asylum
Death Valley
Grand Canyon - Hermits Rest Route
Rain In Pamukkale
Lavender Fields
Depth
Lower Antelope Canyon
Jo Zaluska
Cloudy with a Chance of Rain
Canon Powershot S3 IS :  8mm, 1/250sec, f/4, ISO-n/a, 0 step Canon Powershot S3 IS :  6mm, 1/250sec, f/4, ISO-n/a, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  155mm, 1/200sec, f/11, ISO-160, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  20mm, 1/640sec, f/8, ISO-100, -0.7 step Canon Powershot S3 IS :  8mm, 1/125sec, f/4, ISO-n/a, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  32mm, 1/200sec, f/11, ISO-100, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  20mm, 1/200sec, f/14, ISO-100, 0 step Samsung GT-I9515 :  4mm, 1/35sec, f/2.2, ISO-50, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  18mm, 1/125sec, f/11, ISO-100, 0 step Canon EOS 1100D :  28mm, 1/60sec, f/8, ISO-400, -0.7 step
Inside Antelope Lower Canyon
Canon EOS 1100D :  20mm, 1/200sec, f/14, ISO-100, 0 step
Death Valley - Dante's View
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