About two labs photography

Sharing the beauty, serenity, humor and drama of the everyday world around us.

I have enjoyed photography ever since I received my first Kodak Brownie camera as a young boy. I soon tired of the standard posed family pictures and learned that I had a passion for the creative use of the camera to take candid photos of people as well as compelling landscapes, seascapes, nature photos and family pets.

The purchase of a single-lens reflex camera (SLR) opened up new worlds in terms of my ability to capture images and to maximize my creativity in the composition and lighting of subjects. With the advent of digital photography and photo editing software, it has further expanded the opportunity to enhance my work.

I have previously been active in camera clubs in Massachusetts and Maine. Participating in their monthly color slide competitions on pre-assigned subjects helped me to hone my photographic skills.

For several years, I maintained my own darkroom and took advantage of the creative opportunities that can be employed in processing black and white prints. I have also taken courses and seminars on the creative use of the camera as well as photo editing techniques. I have capture images around Northern New England in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Among my favorite subjects are landscapes and seascapes, especially lighthouses. In my travels around Maine, I have identified selected locations that are worth re-visiting. I visit them at different times of day and seasons to capture a variety of moods and lighting conditions at these sites. I also enjoy photographing flowers, nature and animals.

Now that I am able to devote myself full-time to photography, I have the opportunity to pursue my passion for this exciting medium. I am also taking the time to fully enjoy our black labs and training them for obedience competitions

I hope you enjoy my gallery of photos.


Key Facts
Pictures taken with Minolta XG9 SLR and Olympus E510 digital SLR
Images digitized for processing.
Prints produced on Epson 2400 printer using archival inks
When not taking pictures, I train my two labs

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