Russdavies100photography
Russdavies100photography

Welcome to my website.

I class myself as a freelance photographer because i can choose to do what woork is offered to me at reasonble prices that really are far well below whats being offered today.

We all know its Digital and that you can tweek photos and highlight them so that they look fantastic and then charge astronomical prices far beyond the reach of a lot of people.

This is where i tend to come in and offer the same service at sensible prices.

I will be putting on various work that I have done so you can see if I would  fit your plans.

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Hi I am Russell Davies,and at Present 49yrs of age. I have been doing photography as my hobby for at least 30 years and still to this day really enjoy taking pictures and sending them to competitions round the globe with some success. I would like to offer a friendly service where you choose what you want done and I wont deviate from your plans, but would offer advice on what I think might improve your picture. That's me,but even though it's my hobby,be assured I will deliver a perfect picture everytime. page online
On my new website I introduce myself and my hobbies.

My restored Jaguar

This car is a genuine classic that really stands out from the crowd, and I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it. I knew when I bought it that it was going to take a lot of work, because it needed to be restored from top to bottom – but that's what makes it so much fun!
Of course, this project required a completely different approach to the Peugeot. Here it wasn't so much a case of tuning up what was already there, more about trying to find appropriate replacements for the various parts that were either on their last legs or had completely given up the ghost.


I removed the rust from the body, then smoothed, polished and primed it. After that I set about sourcing all the necessary replacement parts to get the engine running smoothly again. It needed a pretty thorough clean-up under the bonnet, then I could get on with dismantling the engine itself and repairing it with the new pieces I had acquired. Next, I cushioned and reupholstered the seats, and, of course, gave the frame a new paint job. Overall, it's taken me a good two years to get it into the condition you see today.


I'm particularly pleased with the way my project has turned out, precisely because I put so much time and effort into it. My car has even won prizes at classic car meets, and I'm incredibly proud of what I've achieved.

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