Wednesday 9th July 2008 by S. McGown
Student Imogen Few would love to be a professional photographer when she's older and she's already taken many stunning wildlife shots. Imogen, from Year 10 regularly goes to new locations in the countryside to take photographs and a few minutes of patient waiting yielded the amazing dragonfly picture.
Imogen said: 'I saw the dragonfly down by the lake at Bulwick. It was fluttering in the grass and stayed there and so I managed to take a close-up.' Imogen, who is studying photography GCSE always uses a digital camera when snapping her favourite subject, nature.
Imogen said: 'I love taking photographs of animals and landscapes. To be a good photographer you have got to have an eye for detail and the patience to wait for just the right conditions; it's something that I would love to do for a living.' Nothing is safe from Imogen's camera lens; her portfolio includes shots of her neighbour's American cocker spaniel and even an unknown cat which followed her around on one of her regular photo sessions!