I started taking photo's when I was a teenager, borrowing my mothers 35mm camera, I began be frequenting military and non-military air shows where I shot extensive content from the finest high-tech aircraft to low-tech biplanes and aerobatic aircraft.

I then progressed in other subjects such as landscape photos and most notably.. sunsets along the pacific coast of California. I also had the wonderful opportunity to shoot a photoset with my first female model during that "era". Eight years lapsed, where basically the camera remained untouched. But once that dry-spell was broken, the floodgates were opened!

I sprang back into photography with the focus (no pun intended) on photographing women with eroticism and fetish fashion as the main topic.



Experience in:
  • Fashion
  • Casual
  • Swimwear
  • Lingerie
  • Nude
  • Fetish
  • Scenic
  • Bondage
  • Adult
  • Sports/Action
  • Portfolio Developement
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Equipment

 
S tarting with 35mm film, the Canon T-70 was my first camera. Interchangeable lenses, full program mode to total manual control, made this camera a great choice for a beginner.
After my "dry spell" ended, I began to shoot content for use on the web, and soon realized that there were some disadvantages to shooting with film. The main obstacles for me were the costs of processing and time consumption due to scanning and correcting the images.
This prompted my purchase of my first digital camera (an Olympus D-450 two mega-pixel camera) in early 2000 and felt that it was the best move I could have ever done, with obvious immediate benefits. The only drawback was quality, but that was soon to change.
My elevation to higher levels of quality were in direct relation to the digital cameras I was using. The camera to replace the Olympus D-450 was the Olympus C-3030, which brought with it exceptional quality and features found mainly with professional cameras. But in my enduring efforts to achieve higher (and professional) levels of quality, the C-3030 was later replaced with the Olympus E-10 and E-20 respectively. The E-Series cameras produced wonderful results, but there were some traits that I was not entirely pleased with and resulted in the liquidation of both cameras.

It was apparent that the only recourse was a move to a true digital SLR camera, and the Canon D-60 suited my needs quite well for the next nine months. The D-60 was soon relegated to a secondary/back-up status when I purchased the Canon EOS-10D.

Since then, the 10D was subsequently replaces with the 20D.. 40D... 60D to my current which is a 6D Mark II used mainly for photos and the Canon 80D for video work. Also employed is the DJI Ronin-S gimbal for video work as well as a 3D Robotics drone and GoPro Hero 3 and Hero 4 for aerial videography/photography projects.

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