Nick KollerMy very first photo experience was with a cigar box pin hole camera when I was a freshman in high school. I was absolutely amazed. I bought my first real camera at the Navy Exchange in Yokosuka Japan. Although it was a still camera, it used 16 mm movie film. It was about the size of a pack of cigarettes which made it nice for taking everywhere I went. I used to send the film home to my mother for processing. On several occasions my film was intercepted by Uncle Sam and processed to make sure it was not spy related information, My mother would receive the film, already processed with a note stating that it had been processed for security reasons. I have had some sort of a camera ever since. I have been shooting digital for about 6 years.My main camera today is a Nikon D300. Up until I joined RCC, I used to shoot mostly snapshots and travel photos. About 3 and a half years ago I read an article in the newspaper that the Redlands Camera Club was having a Wildlife photographer, Rick Davitt, in for a presentation on photographing wildlife and the public was invited, so I came and ended up becoming a member.My main interest is in photographing wildlife and particularly birds. I have learned so much about birds, now I don't know which I love most, the Hunt or taking the photo. Both are really exciting.
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