Ever since I can remember snapping photographs has been a true joy . Somewhere along the line I purchased my first Digital Camera. Free of the burden of film and development costs, tens of thousands of images have found their way to data CDs, Hard drives, and Memory Cards in my personal collection. It probably started in the mid-90s with a little Casio QV-10, the first Digital Camera with an LCD screen on the back. Always looking for more pixels the Canon PowerShot came next, followed by the Kodak DC280 when it came out in 1999. I loved the then amazing 2 megapixel Kodak!
In 2005 I purchased a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX9 which had a 6.4 megapixel CCD. In 2011 I moved up to a Canon EOS Rebel T3i which has a still amazing 18 megapixel resolution. Although I mainly use my (much more convenient) iPhone Xs Max, when I want to actually “feel” like I am shooting I still pull out my Rebel T3i to this day.
Since my first Casio I have taken many tens of thousand of pictures – some for clients, some for art, and mostly of my family. I keep the family pictures private, but here are some of my favorite landscape shots.