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Broome Community College (Computer Technology)
I am a 54 years young, having lived most of my life in the Binghamton, NY area. I have been a photographer since 1984, and I generally concentrate on Landscape and outdoor photography. I am primarily self-taught which means I have made plenty of mistakes along the way, which I will help you avoid! I have made the switch to digital equipment, specifically Nikon, but in reality the brand of equipment is irrelevant. Even if you own a "Point and Shoot" camera, I can teach you the basics of photography and digital editing!
I primarily edit my photographs using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.5, which was created specifically for photographers only. I have found Lightroom to be the easiest, fastest editing program on the market today. Many photographers switching to digital cameras are a bit intimidated by the editing process but after the first few lessons you will be able to get the most out your photographs! I am a 54 years young, having lived most of my life in the Binghamton, NY area. I have been a photographer since 1984, and I generally concentrate on Landscape and outdoor photography. I am primarily self-taught which means I have made plenty of mistakes along the way, which I
Actual rate is $60/hr. in my home or $80/hr. in your home.
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