David Herman Photographywww.ArtPal.com/davidherman
My first camera was the little black plastic box with gray shutter buttons and a little square window to look down through...the Kodak Brownie.
The first modern camera was not even mine. I borrowed it from a friend. The Canon AE-1. Still in the film era in 1981, I did not even think of being an artist. I shot everything in the Automatic setting. (cheater)
At the age of 59 I acquired my first digital camera...a Nikon D60. I was fortunate to move to an area perfectly made for a camera lens and an artists eye.
A local photographer who gave classes told me he would not teach me until I knew what a "Histogram" was.
I quickly found out and began to do all my shooting in the Manual mode using the Histogram as a tool.
Being a retired printer, I love color and have an ability to 'see' something others may not notice. Nothing is safe from my lens.
You will see an eclectic range of subjects. Some are pure perfect timing, some unexpected, some planned.
While I tend to do very little editing, I do at times go for the unrealistic look. See 'Stonehedge' or 'Nuclear Windmill'.
I hope you like my eclectic taste. Order a print for yourself or a friend.