| Ron Cameron freelanced in photography while obtaining engineering degrees at the University of Washington. Freelancing included horse shows, weddings, family portraits, sailing magazines and whatever would help pay for tuition, books and the house payment.
Fun photos included making it onto the 1960's Seattle Times Saturday picture page several times.
Ron has continued in photography since entering engineering in the 1960's, learning to employ the changes from D-76, hypo and black & white papers to scanning prints, digital cameras, inkjet printers and the on-going software advancements.
Was dodging, shading, burning-in chemical temperature tricks easier than computer wizardry of multiple software applications? Maybe, but the computer provides a much wider latitude in creating images. The changing technologies create expanded visual perspectives.
Mounted prints are available in three sizes. An 11x14 print in a 16x20 framed mounting is $100 including shipping. No credit cards at this time.