Tim Baggaley has been taking photos since he was a child and throughout his working life in publishing and broadcasting. He is widely experienced in shooting, directing, producing and editing for print, digital and video publication.

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Digital Impressionism

The Digital Impressionism project is about photographs that look like paintings. This is easily done with retouching software except that is not what Baggaley is doing. He describes these photos as ‘purely documentary’. They have not been filtered, retouched or cropped. The camera is hand-held with no added lighting and the composition is not managed. Each is a candid photo of a fleeting moment and appears here exactly as it came from the camera.

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