|Blurbarian Since||March 2007|
|My Web Site||www.gricketts.com|
Gary Ricketts, after a life-long career in television production and management, retired from the ABC Television Network at the end of 2007. One of the highlights of his career was covering the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics, for which Gary received one of his three Emmys.
In addition to thousands of ABC Sports telecasts during his career, Gary participated in covering Presidential Inaugurations, and the Philippine Revolution for ABC News.
Gary's interest in photography also spans several decades. When he was shooting 35mm Kodachrome color slides in the 1970's, several of his photographs were published in regional magazines and newspapers.
Today, Gary's photographs come from a Canon digital SLR camera and are shot using the RAW format, which preserves the maximum amount of original image data. In other words, a RAW file is a virtual or digital negative. The digital negative is “developed” in Photoshop where the dynamic range of the RAW file results in stunning photographic images.