I’ve loved photography since I was a child. I remember watching my father’s instant photos develop right before my eyes - from a blank smudged mass to a color photo in about a minute - it was magic.
When I was a bit older, I was given a 110 film camera that I immediately put to use. It wasn’t long, however, before I wanted more out of my camera than the 110 could produce. I couldn’t get close-ups of all the neat bugs and flowers, nor could I zoom in and get a good photo of a hawk or a passing airplane. Tons of blurry photos and pictures of little specks in the sky were evidence that I had reached the limit of my camera.
As a young teen, I entered the world of 35mm cameras and started getting the kinds of photos I wanted, but the expense of developing all that film became a limiting factor.
But now there is Digital SLR! My prayers have finally been answered and so my passion for photography has been rekindled.
I hope you enjoy my photo books as much as I have enjoyed making them.