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I taught myself web design when I was only 12 years old. At that time, I was able to write entire web sites simply using Windows Notepad to code HTML and CSS. I also taught myself basic photo editing and graphic design in Adobe Photoshop. Since then, I have become most proficient in Adobe Photoshop using latest versions and also have some knowledge in Adobe Premier for video work.
I have been a photographer for over 10 years, with most interest in portraiture; but I am also knowledgeable in studio/product photography using intricate multi-light setups. I taught myself web design when I was only 12 years old. At that time, I was able to write entire web sites simply using Windows Notepad to code HTML and … Read more
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Currently 28, I started with photography when I was 14 years old. Then, I was using a 3.2 megapixel camera and shooting every thing I could, from different angles, apertures and shutter speeds. I became very interest in long exposure night photos, as at the time it was still very new and unique.
Since then, I have taught myself a great deal about studio photography, including different multiple-light setups, backdrops and placement of lights. I shoot mostly portraits but I also do some product photography using multi-light setups and extensive Photoshop composting to put these final results together, much like the "big name" product photographers do for brand name corporations.
I believe hands-on is the best way to learn, rather than read about it and try to do it on your own. I have learned from trying, doing, failing and overcoming. With todays technology, it is easy to see results immediately so you know how to attack a particular project.