Thanks for Reading My Blog
Needless to say I've been a bit busy with the show and the new addition to our family so responding to some of the questions has been a bit delayed.
First, the show:
It's been going extremely well. We're settling into the new changes and preparing for a few more this week. Not sure what they'll be but Warren Carlyle and our production team have been very discerning so far and I'm sure that will continue.
The audiences have been unbelievable! Each time the curtain comes down at the end of the show our TALE family is overwhelmed by the response. So thanks to all of you out there for the support!
I've been taking pictures since I was a little kid in New Jersey. My first "real" camera was a Minolta XG7 that my father bought for me. It's a 35mm that I still have to this day. I'm now shooting with Nikon. I have a N90S an old 6006 for film and for digital I'm using a D80.
I began to take photography classes in High school and learned darkroom skills there.
A little controversy... the last page of my High school year book is a picture that I took but I didn't get any credit for it, nor did anyone ask my permission. I think whoever used it just saw a copy of the print sitting in the photography lab and snapped it up.
The proof is in the pudding, not only because I have the original negative in storage somewhere in Los Angeles, but it's a shot of a tree lined street (the street I grew up on) and it was taken from my driveway... I laughed when I saw it in the yearbook.
Kind of my little secret addition to the history of my graduating class.