I remember it like yesterday … almost 15 years ago. My mom bought a shiny new Sony Mavica camera — It had a huge digital display on the back and a nifty cd-rom to record images and videos. I loved it as my own and carried it around constantly! And I smashed it as my own with a particularly brutal fall trying to snow ski down Cupp Run one day at Snowshoe.
It didn’t matter, I was already smitten with taking pictures of everything!
Somewhere along the way, I realized that in addition to achieving “the perfect portrait,” I loved capturing those perfect–silly–lovey-dovey–beautiful moments in time.
As I look back at my photos through the years – wow, technically they are not very good. But you know what – they still evoke such strong emotions – they bring back songs, and giggles, and smells, and warmth…and sometimes they even evoke pangs of sickness or pain, and that is okay too.
Through the years, I have become more selective in what I take photos of, and hopefully I have become more technically efficient, but a few things have not changed. As alway, I:
- Desire to create beautiful images
- Strive for perfection in capturing and editing each and every photo
- Try to preserve memories of this moment in time – images that can be looked back on and remembered with fondness.
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