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My Philosophy:

Reality is something only the unimaginative strive for. For me, the process of taking a picture is just a starting point to a world of endless possibilities, where the result lies somewhere between what I hoped to see and what I remember from that moment. The camera on the other hand is just a piece of hardware used for recording that moment in time, unbiased and without emotion. Personally I'm not interested in the vision of a piece of plastic, but that of the person whose heart, mind and soul affects what the eye sees.
To me, that's the difference between taking a photograph and being a photographer.

For as long as I can remember, I've always had a passion for art and photography. From my early years with a simple 35mm film camera to today with the advantages that Digital SLRs can offer, photography not only allows me to capture unique moments in my life but also allows me to see things in detail, some of which only occur for a fraction of a second.
It's also one of the few things in life that you can enjoy at any time of the day and in any weather (in doors or out). Each season brings a new set of challenges, new opportunities and with those challenges, new rewards.

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I should also point out that all the images shown on my site are reduced size jpegs. This is purely to speed up the web site's loading time. All images sent out are from 16 bit Tiffs and therefore are of a much higher quality.

Thanks for looking.



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