Here are biographies about our photographers, in alphabetical order:
Paul started in 1972 while stationed South Korea. His first camera was a Konica SLR with a 50mm lens. All Paul shot all his photos in black and white, a passion he still believes today. Learning valuable darkroom skills and taking hundreds of photos around the country, once Paul was stateside he continued to take and create photos. Wherever Paul lived, he had a dark room. Paul’s first professional experience was to document a ballet and dance studio including the recital.
Eventually Paul was taking thousand’s pictures of bridges and culverts for Monroe County Department of Transportation as a bridge maintenance engineer using a 5MP sensor Sony camera with a zoom lens. (It turned out to be a reliable and useful camera.)
Since retiring as an engineer, Paul has continued his quest to become a successful professional specializing in portraits, fashion, landscape, travel and any other areas in which there is a need for a photographer.
D. Brent Walton, CPP, Cr.Photog.
Brent is a Certified Professional Photographer and Photographic Craftsman and painter. His studio is located on Main Street in the Village of Palmyra, New York. (Visit his studio’s web site at http://www.dbwalton.com ) His company is photography by db walton, llc.
Brent started photography and painting at a young age. His work has won numerous awards. In 2000 he opened a portrait studio in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2008 he relocated his studio to Palmyra, New York. (About 17 miles east of Rochester, New York.)
In 2007-2008 Brent was president of Northern California Professional Photographers. He currently serves on the board of Professional Photographers Society of New York State (PPSNYS – representative at large), Finger Lakes Professional Photographers (FLPP – 2nd Vice President) and the Canal Connection Chamber of Commerce (1st Vice President). In addition he is a Certified Professional Photographer Liaison for New York State.
He and his wife also operate a tourist home in Palmyra, New York. Their home was built between 1827 and 1835 by George Beckwith and you can read more about their home at www.beckwithmansion.com.
Brent’s work is available for sale at http://www.FineArtbyDB.com. Check out the Americana section. After the Route 66 2017 tour, more Route 66 work will be added to this section.
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