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Episode Info: Summary In this episode Gary and Jacob share their journey’s in photography. With their near 20 year age gap, there is a definite difference in how they got started.  Despite that, they have found common ground through their love for photography and sharing everything they have learned with each other.  It doesn’t matter how you got started, what matters is how you can connect with others through photography or your art and share the world that you see. Download Episode 5 Subscribe on iTunes or download via the link below (right click and save as) Download Episode 5: In the Beginning Notes from this episode. Gary’s Journey. He started out with film back in school through classes and the dark room. Jacob’s Journey. He started out using his dad DSLR, took a film class in college, and then bought his own DSLR to originally get into video production. There’s always a learning curve. Film can be tough to master and understand, but once you get it, it is so much more rewarding. Everyone’s journey is different. The fact that we all have a different story into photography makes us who we are and defines our style.  Be thankful all the steps you have taken. Don’t lose the charm that you had when you first started. Sometimes we forget why we wanted to do photography or maybe the reason that evolved in time.  Let photography mentor you and be an extension of your perceptions and personality. Images related to this episode. Jacob’s Images My second photograph taken with my T2i. I wish I would have composed it a little differently, but with no tripod I had the ground as my platform. Still a fun shot! My first photograph taken with my first camera, a Canon T2i, in the summer of 2010. It had just rained and there was an awesome fog on the downtown street of Menominee, Michigan. Gary’s Images In getting the images ready for this podcast, I decided to photograph the two film cameras I’ve used in my journey as a photographer. The first, my dad’s old Minolta 7s that I used in my high school photography that he bought in Vietnam, and my Ricoh KR-5 Super II that I bought in college with a short term student loan for my photography class. I shot this with my first (and current) DSLR, my Nikon D90 with a pair of AlienBees. This is one of a dozen or so film prints from my photography 101 class in college. I rolled my own film, shot this with my old Ricoh KR-5 Super II 35mm, processed this in a darkroom, and mounted the print. This isRead more »

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