Hi! I'm a photographer who enjoys shooting all kinds of subjects both day and night- landscapes and cityscapes, nature (wildlife, plants, rock formations...), people (portraits and action shots), macro, and anything else that catches my eye. Growing up, I spent a lot of time in the Western U.S. and shot a lot of Kodachrome slides with my father's old, full-manual 35mm SLR. This greatly impacted my photographic style, as now, shooting digital, I shoot like I have a camera with a free, unlimited supply of Kodachrome in it. Despite being very experienced with Photoshop, I choose to set my white balance during shoots with a gray card, shoot only in jpeg, use available light whenever possible, shoot my B&W shots in B&W, and don't post-process or alter my shots other than (if necessary) cropping, removing any apparent dust spots, and/or very occasionally slightly adjusting the exposure of the frame as a whole. I like the focus my approach puts on lighting, color and contrast, depth of field, exposure, sharp focus/focal point, composition, the way a subject appears at different times of day, etc.