My most loved photograph with Panasonic | Life
As you may or may not know i'm a real photography fanatic. I own a mixture of film, compact and DSLR cameras and at most points of the day you will find at least one of them in my hand. Up until recently I had never had any technical training. I took an adult learning 5 week course to get my head around shutter speeds, ISO and aperture. I wouldn't say I'm a professional yet but my knowledge is definitely expanding with the more photos I take.
Panasonic got in touch with me, as they have recently unveiled a range of new products. Next generation digital cameras with up to 30k optical zoom, 4k photo and video! This totally blew my mind and I desperately want to get my hands on one of the new Panasonic compact system cameras! They wanted to know if i'd be interested in collaborating on a post about one of my favourite photos. As you can imagine I have an abundance of photos, both digital and hard copies. Many of them featuring my main little man, Harrison. Seeing as its Christmas time I thought i'd feature my favourite festive picture and what is more festive than Santa ?
The picture that I have chosen is of my little man sat on Santas knee Last Christmas. He was 3 months old and didn't have any idea what was going on. I don't think he'd be too clued up if I took him this year either. We queued for an hour and a half to see the big guy but it was so worth it just to get this picture. I wanted to make sure even at 3 months that he had the most magical Christmas, as well as practising for those years to come where he will know exactly what's going on! It was one of the best Christmases i'd ever had thanks to the magic that my little fella brought. I never normally a fan of posing pictures, I prefer candid shots but this one is an exception.
I had so much fun trawling through all my Christmas pictures. It has really put me in the festive mood. If your interested in photography definitely check out the new Panasonic Lumix range as they are a great bit of kit and very much on my camera wish list!