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Frank U.


Abingdon, MD

Member since:

November 26, 2012

How long have you been a photographer? What level of photographer do you consider yourself as?

I have been using SLR's/DSLR's for about 26 years. While I am pretty familiar with the basic technical aspects, I feel like there is still a lot to learn, in particular with the recent explosion of customizable settings in modern DSLR's. That and in terms of having an eye for the right shot (or not) puts me somewhere in the intermediate level.

What's your favorite type of photography? Do you have a favorite color scheme?

Currently, there is essentially two types of photography for me, vacation and kids, and any combination thereof. No favorite color scheme, as long as the colors are vibrant.

Name one thing in the Harford area that you think the group should take pictures of?

A horse show or horse race...


Hi! I have always enjoyed photography, but never got too serious about it. My photo career essentially goes wherever my hobbies and family go. With young kids, "my hobbies" are rather "their activities". Still, it's surprisingly challenging at times.

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