I grew up with photography equipment all around me. I remember visiting my parents when they worked for a local photographic processing plant. Soon Dad had bought some equipment of his own and moved it into the basement of our rental in Union City, Indiana. Klick Photos was born. He would copy pictures people would send in, mostly senior pictures, and make 20 wallet sized for a dollar. In the 50's this was a good business. This was before every kid was bringing home a package of color photos every year from the school photographer. So I was naturally the photographer for the yearbook at my high school. I also won a place in the color division of Kodak's High School Photo Contests in 1960 and 1961 then it was off to Brooks Institute of Photography. After some time on the local news paper and helping Dad I went back to Brooks from 1967-69. I plan on doing more photography during my retirement as I take more trips and learn tricks with my digital camera. I will be sharing some of these with you here.

 Now I am interested in panoramas.

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