|Old Trucks In HDR|
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|Old Trucks In HDR|
I live in Newport on the Central Oregon Coast…a photographer’s dream!
I actually got involved with photography back in the 1950’s when I was in the Marine Corps. The days of film cameras and, yes, black and white.
Started with a Kodak Brownie and slowly graduated to a Ricoh 35mm camera. After the service, I purchased a 35mm Pentax Honeywell (which I still have).
In the 1980’s I finally moved up to a Nikon 35mm (I still have it). And, then it was time to start getting serious about my photography.
In the nineties I purchased my first digital camera…an Olympus 3 or 4 MP camera (still have it). It is was built like a tank. A point and shoot but, has a view finder and built in retractable lens cover.
Now days, I use a variety of cameras in my photography with a Pentax K5 lls DSLR being my main camera.
My portfolio varies immensely. I use mostly color and I like to add textures to my photos in post production, giving them more of a painted look.
Winner of the 2013 Oregon City Photography Contest. My “McLoughlin Promenade” photo is on display at the Clackamas County Historical Museum
Another award is “Americana” which is the National Springbok’s Puzzle Contest winner for 2014 out of 3,400 submissions
Education: Lewis and Clark College and Newspace School of Photography
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