I have a distinct memory of running through my Aunt Nora's Victorian house in Camp Hill, snapping "pictures" with a toy camera,
wishing I could have a real one that could take endless images, pictures of everything that caught my eye... which was a lot of stuff.
I studied photography in 4-H, with a Kodak Instamatic. I studied it in art school, with a mighty fine Kodak SLR,
and the awesome Pentax K-1000 (SLR).
And the world changed.
Now I have the Magic Camera: it's called digital. And Photoshop. And a video editing program. The Camera Dragon is unleashed!
photo journeys: links to photo pages
My camera goes everywhere, including the cockpit of Mak-eh-nuk's Fin, recording what I experience for later use in the studio. Here are a few of my journeys. I can record yours as well (email me if you want copies of these or photos of your own journeys). Click on the pics to go to the albums.
Header pic: no, I'm not one of those scary drivers you want to avoid, I am actually in the passenger seat taking a pic in the double mirror of a friend's Subaru, Eastern Neck Island, MD. Second pic down: captain Mark on the Pride of Baltimore II, middle of the Chesapeake Bay between Baltimore and Eastern Neck.