My first camera was a Pentax 1000, a gift from my father on my 16th birthday. I soon imagined myself running through the streets of Beirut, gun fire all around me. Fortunately I chose a profession less likely to get my ass shot off, and have retained my Amateur Status ever since.
I really didn’t start retaining my work until I went digital in 1998 with a 1.2 megapixel Kodak DC210+. What follows is a handful of images using various techniques including fill-flash, High Dynamic Range photography and Tilt-Shift using a collection of cameras.