Dun Laoghaire baths at sunset on a cloudy day

I'm fundamentally a landscape photographer, but have thousands of shots of my family and pets. I love showing others the way I see the world, and views that aren't normally noticed. I'm not into post-processing in my shots for the sake of making things look 'different', but instead I firmly believe that it is an intrinsic part of the art of photography - after how I use the camera and lens, it is how I get the picture to reflect what I 'saw' at the time, what caught my attention and what I wanted to capture. Without the post-processing, it is only what I could make the camera see ... the post-processing is to make it show what made the scene special to me.