Today is the day that the website is published. If you've made it here, it's by chance so far. Still a little hush-hush at this point.
I am thri...
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My First Camera
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When I was pretty young, someone, probably my dad, gave me a camera. It was old and needed flash bulbs to be replaced after a single use. It took film and I had to wait until the entire roll of film was used to take it to be processed into prints. All of this involved my parents spending money since I was young enough to not have any money of my own.
I loved that camera and probably mostly took pictures of my dog with it. Of course, I had to dress her up before taking her portrait. I guess I've always loved doing that. I don't really remember which photos came out of that camera or at what age I graduated to my next camera, but I do remember it and the creativity I experienced while using it.
That feeling has never gone away. I'm not a great painter, my handwriting is atrocious, but I just love to create. Still life, nature, and most of all portraiture. This is my creative outlet. It makes me feel calm and lights up a part of my brain that might otherwise lie dormant.
Thanks, Dad, for giving me a camera and letting me learn and explore this avenue at a very young age.