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Terry Klippenstein

When I was 20 years old, a growing curiosity about photography led to my purchase of a very cool Nikon FE. A few years later the discovery of Ansel Adams' methods and photography at the local library spurred the construction of my first wet darkroom. No bigger than a phone booth, it wasn't fancy but it did have a sink with running water. Watching photographs appear before my eyes was a magic that Photoshop will never match! But, when you hear your 4-year-old knocking on the darkroom door asking when you'll be done, you realize that the craft needs to take a back seat for a while. That decision eventually led me away into the digital realm. Between then and now, I've done a few weddings, portraits, numerous commercial shoots and hung my personal work in a few exhibitions. When I feel exhausted visually, it's usually a black and white image that gets me off the couch and shooting again. I have been a member of the Buffalo Creek Artists collective for 4 years, and in that time I have displayed my work in 4 shows. That's my story so far. I'll let my images tell the rest. Thanks for visiting!

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