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About the author

Bill was born in Toronto, Canada but spent his early years in Dunoon, a resort town on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll, Scotland. Bill’s heart has always remained solidly connected with the natural beauty of the land and sea and his primary focus is on landscape, seascape, street and urban photography. Bill has been a contributing writer for PhotographyBB Magazine, where his monthly articles have inspired the thoughts and passions of hundreds of thousands of readers and photography enthusiasts. He is now a columnist for CLARITY by PhotographyBB.
5 Responses
    1. Dave

      Hi Russ,

      Thanks for the comment. It’s not that we’re ignoring 50% of the Earth. We are based in North America, so we simply posted an article for photographers on our section of the globe. If you have a spring tutorial that you would like to share, I’d be happy to post it to the blog. 🙂

  1. Graeme

    Thought provoking article that can equally apply in the southern hemsiphere. Be observant and look around you. Here in Australia the spring colours are jumping out as native flowers pop out and intense colours occur under the intense blue skies. Around the beaches in Sydney we have just started “Sculptures by the Sea” which richly aids the photographer with unique backgrounds of sculptures and seascape. So Thanks for you Autumn article which encourages us to get out in the landscape, be observant and capture the local atmosphere.

    1. Dave

      Thanks for this comment Graeme. You bring up an excellent point! I’m off to Google “Sculptures by the Sea”. I have not heard of it before and you’ve piqued my curiosity! 🙂

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