|Intro:||Time for an update and more complete bio...|
I've been an amateur photographer since 1978 when I began using my late father's Argus C3. Didn't know a thing about photography but certainly learned a lot with that beautiful, clunky piece of equipment. Graduated a couple years later to a new Nikon FM with a built-in light meter (yippee!) and finally got serious about the art and science of photography.
As the years went by my interest waned until the advent of digital photography. I held out until the technology could match what I did with film (and at a reasonable price), and finally made the leap in October of 2003, purchasing the first Canon 300D my local camera store got in.
The ease at which I can review my photos, the histogram, and the workflow has rekindled my interest in the hobby.
Although far from a professional, I thoroughly enjoy "seeing" the world through the lens and find myself looking for good compositions even without having the camera with me.
I love the TrekLens website and what it has done for my photography. The level of quality and helpfulness at this site continues to amaze and hearten me, and I draw inspiration from everyone here.
I welcome all critiques, comments and workshops and will try to "give back" as much as I "take from" this wonderful community.
My design shop:
Seneca Creative Solutions
|Camera:||Nikon FM, Canon EOS 300D|
|Note:||Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer
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