Graduate of Cleveland's Cooper School of Art (in Photography) and a veteran Navy Photojournalist and newspaper photographer.
Started as photojournalist with The Morning Journal in Lorain, Ohio; taught photography at Lorain County Community College, Elyria, OH, Mesa College, San Diego, CA, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA, and Central Texas College military sites in San Diego and Guam.
Was mainly a photojournalist then; an impressionistic realist today - whatever that is.
27 Jun 2007 — 1231 views
My personal explorations into impressionistic realism
27 Jun 2007 — 1729 views
A different way of looking at things when I drive - or wait in traffic.
24 Jun 2007 — 3376 views
The ten things I turn to most in my shooting
24 Jun 2007 — 1592 views
Portaits of people affected by things - light, frames, moods and motions..
22 Jun 2007 — 1486 views
How a lowly tele-extender teams up with a fast little 85mm lens to battle the big boys
19 Jun 2007 — 1779 views
Photography 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106 and 107 in two rules - the shortest photography lesson I ever learned.
17 Jun 2007 — 1460 views
A little photo essay shot strictly from the hip with wide angle lens and caught on the run through a shopping center
11 Jun 2007 — 1866 views
Revitalize your phototography with a class or seminar. Mine was the Mentor Series.
7 Jun 2007 — 1583 views
Center-weighted metering, red-dot focus and a neon world - shooting faces at the carnival.
6 Jun 2007 — 1281 views
An ongoing argument and a spur-of-the-moment flight produces photos and memories of a lifetime.
4 Jun 2007 — 1819 views
Put away that old Nikon F and slide on in to the digital world
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