While there is still a place for traditional
film in various niches, the digital world greatly increases your artistic options. It also allowed me to use my 20 years of
computer skills, so it was a very natural fit for me. I still own a Canon EOS-1n film body and have plenty of Fuji Velvia film yet to be exposed.
I currently use the Canon 5D Mark III, which shoots at about 23 megapixels.
As is obvious from my portfolio here, my subject matter is about as varied as possible. I love shooting every genre, and feel
no need to constrain myself to any particular niche. I don't always shoot or display work that's commercially successful, but
prefer to do art that pleases my eye. But like most photographers, you will find me hyper-critical of my own work.
Photography is not only an artistic medium, but highly technical as well. The technical aspect is the one that drives most
photographers nuts; for every great shot, you can always remember the ones that "got away" because you messed up some
setting on the camera. Quite often there are no "do-overs" in photography.
However, one of my favorite challenges is photo journalism. Because of Carol's job, we've been able to travel to
many foreign destinations and I love to try and capture images that give the viewer a feel for what that place is like.
The finished product is a put to music.
These are free to watch here on my website. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.