My curiosity about photography goes way back. I remember my fascination with the dials and buttons on my dad's Argus rangefinder. Then selling 6 boxes of chrismas cards to get a camera. It kept going when I had a job as a wrangler for a dude ranch in Wyoming and waiting for the UPS driver to deliver my first slr, a Minolta srt 100, I think. I got a few nice shots back then, though I didn't stop to wonder what made a "good" photograph. Why did this one shot convey the spirit of the mountains, lakes and open places and the wonderful light on them, while the next shot just wasn't as compelling. A few years ago i decided to try and learn what made those few shots so much more than that others, I bought a new mirrorless Sony and started my "education" Turns out there's more, much more to a good photography than I thought. That's part of what makes it so exciting, there's no end to learning. Add to that, the incredible places where photography will take you and the people you meet. It's an amazing journey and sharing it is just another bonus. You can also contact me about purchasing a print at firstname.lastname@example.org
A photograph is an amazing thing, you can capture a moment in time and share it with others!
“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it!”