In the mid-70’s, I found my interest in photography when I was stationed overseas in the Army. Since those days, I guess you could say it has always been a passion of mine. Over the years, I learned how to process the messy “old fashion” black and white images, as well as “color” images in the darkroom. Those days, fortunately, have left us forever and digital photography has replaced those tedious, messy methods.
Photography for me is mostly self taught, but have “refined” my skills, over time, by attending photography seminars from the masters, such as Art Wolfe and George Lepp, and learning Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop skills from notables, such as Scott Kelby and Serge Ramelli. Creating great photographs is both an art and a science. Mastering all matters of photography takes great patience and passion. It is a labor of love.
I am now retired from the 9-5 career jobs and have have turned my attention to a lifelong passion of photography. It gives me great satisfaction to share with the world the beauty I see through my lens and pass along photographic tips and techniques with other like-minded photographers.
Periodically, I will post "Blogs" on my photography endeavors to share my experiences (both good and bad) with other photographers.
I hope you enjoy viewing these images as much as I enjoyed creating them. If so, this is my measurement of success.