There are so many ways to categorise and present a lifetime of photography. After starting in film I took an extended break (career, children etc) beforte coming back to photography in the digital age. I still use film but I'll be honest and say those occasions are becoming much rarer. So almost all of what I am presenting here has been shot on a variety of digital Nikon cameras from my first D70 to my latest D800E and many others in between. If you don't want to look at my photography because it wasn't shot using a Canon GO AWAY! You're an idiot! I detest the so-called rivalry between camera brands. It's a nonsense. Not that I compare myself as an artist but I doubt anybody ever got upset over what brand of brush Da Vinci or Rembrandt used! I have literally millions of photographs now on a huge computer system with big disk arrays and three big screens and...so what? Photography is not about how many megapixels your camera has or what amazing lens you used or which software you processed them with or what type of computer you used (actually Macs are better! OOps!) . It's about vision and creativity and people and places and imagination. I hope you like what you see. If you don't that's OK. I'm not professing to be the best photographer in the world - I'm just making my small contribution to the world of photography. I actually think the photography of my step-daughter, Kaitlyn Boyé, is better than mine! Check out her Instagram page http://instagram.com/kaitlynboye and you'll see what I mean.


Thanks for dropping by.

Michael Moore

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