Well you've done it
now - You have reached my photography page. I have always been interested
in photography. I started out in high
school when I saved up to purchase my first camera. I is a Nikon
FM. I then proceeded to join the Photography Explorer Post located
at the United
States Steel I learned many things there and I feel that this
is when I caught the photography bug.
Over the years I took many many photos, and slides(My Favorite), and
traveled allot with my family taking photos all the time.
But photography was an expensive hobby and I stared not taking as
many photos as I once did. I would think do I really want to take
this and commit it to film? But then the Digital Age came along and
I had my hands at several different cameras. The first digital camera
that I remember using was one that I had use of at Java-Connect (This
was a local Internet Cafe Owned by Jim Hartman and run by me) The
camera that Jim bought was a Sony
FDC-80(??) It stored all the photos on Floppy Diskette and the
quality was ok. But I got interested in Photography again.
closed up I started working at Mellon Bank. There I started taking
many photos of Pittsburgh with my old Nikon. Then after a few years
I got into Digital on my own when I purchase a Kodak
DC-4800 on April 2nd, 2001. This was my the big step or should
I say leap that sent me spiraling down into the world of Digital Photography.
Well, over the next 3 years I took over 4,000 digital photos. During
this time I feel I started to develop my skills as both photographer
and digital developer. Because I enjoyed working with the photos afterwards
as much as I enjoyed taking them.
This brings us to my current camera. I purchased a Canon
10D - My first DSLR. I got this camera on June 6th, 2003. And
since then I have taken many photos with it. I am not enjoying the
art of photography again. I enjoy playing with the settings of the
camera and would highly recommend this camera. Along with this camera
I bought the Sigma
28-105mm Lens. I have to say this is a wonderful combination.
Now, that you have read this far here are a few of my gallery pages.
Simple Bridge: FredMiranda Entry
The Fourth of July: Pittsburgh
Conway, PA - In search of the Hump!