Well, you know I like photography...
My dad got me my first real camera, a NIkon FM2, a considerable time ago in a galaxy way far away. That teen summer was my first introduction to photography with a class that taught everything from composition to the darkroom. I stayed analog for years, happily shooting both positive and negative film. Points to you if you don't need to ask what the difference is. A few years later, I joined my college newspaper, because at that point, I thought I might pursue photojournalism.
That didn't happen, but the rest of my life did, so my photography slowed down. I barely shot anything- though opportunities like the Millennium Photo Project were just too interesting to resist! Mostly, I just photo'd my family.
Then one day, my wonderful husband gave me an iPhone 4. I spent a couple years shooting A LOT with that iPhone and its successors. 24K+ shots later, I was feeling golden and entering contests. Now, after all these years, I was given a digital Nikon, again by my hubby. So I'm catching up on the last twenty years of digital advancement in photography.
Oh, and I still shoot film. With my background, I will always love lomography and all the happy accidents that come along with it.
Thanks for looking.