Lives in UT, United States
Works as a Professor of Marketing Emeritus (Stanford PhD)
Has a website at http://www.snapshavings.com/
Joined on Nov 20, 1999
Entered the phtographic field in 1972 as marketing director for Vivitar lenses & lens accessories. Developed execution of Vivitar's Series One macro-focusing zoom lenses. My part in the story is documentd here: http://blog.camera-wiki.org/2012/03/13/vivitar-historical-research-part-1/
Once the digital bug bit in 1996 I moved through an early Casio, a Canon Powershot 350, a Fuji mx-1700, an Oly c3030, some small P&S's, an Oly E-10 (a lovely camera), & a Nikon D70, a Nikon D200, & now back to a D7000. Backup is a Nikon D60 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ8.
Kit includes Nikon 50/1.8, Nikon 18-200vr, Nikon 18-135, Sigma 70-300 APO II, Vivitar 100/3.5 macro, Tokina 12-24/4, Accura 12mm fisheye, sb-800, sb-600, etc.
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