I started my photographic endeavors in the 1980s using a used Nikon EM film camera. As the years passed, I graduated on up the Nikon line with an N6006 and N90s. I switched completely to digital in late 2001 beginning with a Kodak DCS-330 DSLR then moving on to a new Nikon D100 DSLR. I”m extremely pleased with the quality of the images!
I consider myself a broad-based, professional photographer. Although my forte for many years was nature and wildlife, I have stepped outside of the box and expanded the spectrum of the subjects I shoot. My portfolio consists of nature/wildlife, architecture and historical buildings and people.
I try to convey “feelings” and evoke “emotions” in my compositions and actions of the subjects – be they the creatures of nature or the humans that are in front of the lens. I strive to let natural, ambient light bring out the beauty in my photos rather than using a studio.
- Camera: Nikon D100
- Primary Lenses Used: Sigma 500/4.5, Nikkor 80-200
- Flash, lighting & accessories: Nikon SB-28DX flash