A native Texan from Sherman now living in Lubbock, my fascination with photography has been lifelong progressing from Kodak Brownie, Argus C3, Yashica 635, Mamiya C330, Olympus OM1,and finally into digital in 1998 with a Fuji MX700 (with a whopping 1.3mp!). With the Fuji, an early version of PhotoVista allowed me to stitch my first 360° panorama taken from the Brooklyn Bridge. Although not spherical, I was from that moment ''hooked'' with the panorama's potential. Now retired with wife Linda and SwissRidge Bernedoodle "Sophie", what used to be the usual everyday Kodak Moments are now concerned with the larger challenges of preventing tripod shadows and patching the Nadir.
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