My first camera was a Kodak film camera that I took to college. Much later, the birthday gift of a great camera was all the motivation I needed to expand my horizons beyond family snapshots. I read all the books I could find and took rolls of slide and print film. I wanted more out of my photos. After many classes and field trips with helpful critiques, I learned to actually see things around me, whether far away or right under my nose. I learned to examine my work more thoroughly, and to look for the unexpected. Most of all I learned the patience to wait for a shot, though it is a skill I need more time to master.
I have always been drawn to the photography as an art form. Photos that capture