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My name is Terry Morgan and I enjoy taking photographs. Expertise in photography and in the use of image software means that I can provide pictures that can enhance your business profile, or which you might even like on your wall.

My first website “tjmshots” was established in 2001 as a means to market photographs of people and places taken in numerous locations around the world. I set up www.terrymorganphotography.com to showcase some images and promote the photographic services I can offer. In this world of social media, a business Facebook and Instragram presence is the next exciting step....so watch for developments !

This website will shortly be replaced by my bright shiny new one....

I've nearly finished building it so check back soon...it's exciting !!!

Terry Morgan

A desire to take, exhibit and ideally sell photographs fuelled a shift from a background in Civil Engineering and Transportation Planning. That desire and an experience-driven technical competence in photography together with proficiency in the use of Photoshop and ProShow have enabled me to undertake a number of commissions, sell some quality prints and gain recognition in the world of photography.

I have published a number of photo-books containing images from Tuscany, and I'm particularly proud of "More Images of Italy".  As a member of the Royal Photographic Society I have been fortunate enough to have had the image “Italian Streetlife” featured in the RPS Members Exhibition in 2009/10.

My photograph “Trio of Damsels” was commended and a finalist in the Insects Beauties category of the International Garden Photographer of the Year in 2010.   

Fields For Harvest
Equestrian

Several of my photographs have featured as cover images for local publications, such as “Fields for Harvest” for the Cotswold Directory and Cotswold Link magazines.
 

           I enjoy visiting various locations and events. Equestrian       events invariably  provide fun and photo opportunities,
such as William Fox Pitt on "Navigator" at Gatcombe.

A proficiency in the use of Photoshop software has also resulted in a series of Black & White images incorporating a feature colour, such as “Healey in the High Street” from my series “Cars in Campden”.

 

I have also enjoyed success in local National Trust          photographic competitions. An example is "The Plantsman” at Hidcote Manor Gardens  near Chipping Campden,

My photographs are also featured on the official websites for Chipping Campden and for Stratford-upon-Avon

http://chippingcampden.co.uk

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