Me, on "Demo Route", Sennen Cove, Cornwall - a long time ago.
Good Day, I am Glenn Bennett. I am a cyclist, I have been a climber since my teens, and a Photographer since the late 1970s. For most of my time as a Photographer I shot on colour transparency film, and (other than the use of a film scanner) managed to resist the inevitable transition to digital until only a few years ago. Then, the gift of a much-past-its-prime Nikon D100 gave me the opportunity to investigate the new technology, and since then I have gradually been coming to terms with photography without film.
Having been a teacher of Photography for over twenty years, I want to use this site to market my services as a Photographic tutor, offering practical, hands-on Photographic tuition. I would encourage anyone who finds their way to this site to become involved. Initially, feel free to contact me (telephone and e-mail details at the top of the page) to let me know what you think. In time though, I hope to develop the site to allow visitors to sign-up as members, so they can leave comments or questions, upload photographs to the online portfolio, or take part in the discussions on the site.
Cascade Pond, Banff, Canadian Rockies.
I run my own small business: "Glenn Bennett Photography", which in addition to offering photographic tuition to individuals or small groups, offers various commercial photographic services. I studied Photographic Technology at Manchester Polytechnic. I have been a committed photographer since 1982, and have been a Licentiate and an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society. I found I had a great enthusiasm for mountaineering and climbing in the early 1970s, and although in recent years I have slowed down, I still conduct individuals and small groups into the hills for Photographic tuition. I am a holder of the Mountain Leader (Summer) Award, the Mountain Leader (Winter) Award, and the Single Pitch Supervisor’s Award (for rock climbing). I am based in Kendal, very handily situated between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks.