I have been taking photographs since the mid 1970s, starting with photographing and developing black and white film prints - to enjoying the outstanding capabilities of today’s digital photography and printing phenomena. I consider myself a “Generalist Photographer” without a bias towards one particular photography genre – I enjoy all types of photography.
Mindful of that, this gallery displays the kinds of images, colors and compositions that appeal to me. They are snippets of scenes I have come across, striking me as interesting in their own right. What do I look for? This varies from situation to situation. It might be the mood; it can be a strong graphic element or an odd or humorous juxtaposition; it may simply be strong colors, or their absence. In short, like most photographers on self-assignment, the real question is, “what interests me at the moment, and can an interesting picture be made from this?”
I hope you find the images pleasing.
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