My Camera is my Canvas
Like painting or sculpture, fine art photography is about capturing the artist's creative vision. I think of it as visual storytelling. Each image I create captures a unique moment in time which can be shared with others.
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I started doing photography at the age of nine when my dad bought a Kodak Instamatic camera for me to take to summer camp. It used flash bulbs and drop in film cartridges containing twelve shots, which, at the time, was state of the art. I was immediately hooked.
I majored in art in college. My specialty was drawing and painting, and one of my elective courses was a basic black and white photography class. Our first assignment was to purchase an 35mm SLR camera, so I found a Nikkormat FT3. I used that camera for decades.
Another course requirement was to develop our own film and make our own prints, so I spent a fair amount of time in the darkroom. I loved it. There's nothing quite like watching your images slowly fade onto the photo paper.
Several friends suggested I switch my specialty from drawing and painting to photography, and in hindsight I wish I had. However, most of what I learned in my drawing and painting courses also applies to photography; how to use light and shadows, and how to create interesting compositions.
Now I’m sharing my work with others, and I hope you’ll find something wonderful to add to your home.