My first camera was a Kodak Brownie; it took postcard-sized negatives on 616 film. I learned development and printing from my father, who each year made about two-hundred prints of a photo of the family for Christmas cards. Later I moved to 35 mm photography and studied the Zone System through Ansel Adams’ books. Various life distractions took me away from photography for quite a few years, until March, 2018, when my wife and I spent a week in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where I rediscovered photography, with a new appreciation for light.

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