We've been running profiles of News Shopper Camera Club members to give you an insight into their photography and to share some of their favourite pictures.

This time it's the turn of Lee Price from Bexley, twice a winner of the monthly competition in the club.

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Who or what inspired you to take up photography?

I was inspired by Instagram. My daughter encouraged me to try it so I posted some photos taken on my mobile and found people actually liked them! This encouraged me and I found I enjoyed seeking out new places and things to photograph.

How long have you been taking pictures for?

I've only been into photography for around five years so I got into it pretty late. I always thought you had to have 'the best gear' and that put me off when I was younger.

What is your specialty or what you do enjoy photographing the most, and why?

I normally photograph nature and landscapes as well as trying other things. I enjoy trying to get across the 'feel' or atmosphere of a place and time rather than just a static imprint.

Are you trying to express yourself or make a point with your photography, or is it just for fun?

It's mostly for the enjoyment but probably an artistic outlet as my painting is rubbish!

News Shopper:

What’s the story behind your favourite photo?

My favourite photo was taken from Greenwich Park looking over London at sunset. I was there with the family and lots of other people enjoying the end of a summer's day. As well as the beautiful sky, I like the fact the people in the photo get the atmosphere across; someone taking a photo, a couple drinking wine on the very left and the Dalmatian dog.

What equipment do you use?

I use a Fujifilm XT-20 which is an awesome little camera,and the 18-50 and 55-230 Fujinon lenses. Next on my shopping list are a couple of prime lenses.

What post-production treatment do you give your photos i.e Do you use any software?

I use Snapseed to process my photos which does a very good job for a 'free to use' app. Most photos I'll just do some basic 'tweaking' with, some I won't bother editing and occasionally I'll go for a more 'creative' edit.

Do you have any advice for budding photographers?

For anyone just getting into photography I'd tell them not to be put off by a lack of knowledge of the technical side of things as that can be learnt with time. If they enjoy what they're doing and think they have an 'eye' for an image then just go for it.

Is there anything you’ve not photographed yet which you’d love to capture one day?

There's a list as long as my arm of things and places I'd still like to capture! But being in the south and loving landscapes I'd like to photograph the Lake District as the last time I was there I wasn't into photography and regret not taking enough photos.