I am a retired Textile Engineer and a largely self-taught photographer but owe thanks to many great photographers whose lectures, workshops and publications inspired me.
I use a medium format Mamiya 645 camera with a PhaseOne digital back.  The 30 megapixel resolution and large size sensor capture all the fine details that are so important to my images.  The raw files from the camera are converted through CaptureOne software before taking them into Photoshop.
My Epson 2400 and Epson 7900 printers each use ten pigmented ink colors and advanced technology to produce totally archival prints.  Depending on the image, I print on either Epson Semi Matte, Epson Enhanced Matte or Epson Velvet Fine Art paper.

SPE (Society for Photographic Education) (www.spenational.org)
NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) (www.photoshopuser.com)
f/32 Photography Group, Asheville, NC (www.f32nc.com)

2011   "Beyond Snapshots", NCCCR at UNC, Asheville, NC
2009   f/32 Mentor Program
2004   "Basic Photography", Opportunity House, Hendersonville, NC
1997-2000   "Color Theory & Color Measurement", employee education
    seminars, Tommy Hilfiger, New York, NY
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