At the advent of the digital age, photographers and wanna be photographers delighted at the limitless storage capacity digital offered. No film cost. No negatives. No mystery prints or doubles of images that weren't so great. Just click, click, click with reckless abandon. But now, a zillion clicks later, we are buried under a mountain of gigabytes with little evidence that we've actually been anywhere or done anything. Could it be that we lost our direction on the way up the digital mountain? Could it be that we forgot the primary purpose of all those clicks. We want to remember where we've been and what we've seen, who we saw it with and what we love about discovering new places. Come and learn what it means to be a purpose driven photographer. You'll not only become passionate about photography in unexpected ways, you'll create a true legacy in pictures.
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