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Lindsey Thorne  |  Posted: Jan 30, 2018

I picked up my dad’s 35mm film camera when I was 16 and I never looked back. 

Laurie Klein  |  Posted: Jan 30, 2018

Photography Found Me.  

David Bergman  |  Posted: Jan 24, 2018

Canon Explorer of Light David Bergman is a New York based music, portrait, and sports photographer. He has been Bon Jovi's official tour photographer since 2010, documenting the band on stage and on the road in more than 30 countries on 6 continents. In addition to his other celebrity clients, Bergman has 13 Sports Illustrated covers to his credit and has photographed numerous Olympics, World Series', Super Bowls, NBA and NCAA Championships. His high-resolution GigaPan of President Obama's first inaugural speech was viewed by over 30 million people, and he produced a 20,000 megapixel image at Yankee Stadium that was printed and displayed 130 feet wide. Bergman is an engaging and passionate public speaker and educator, and hosts a weekly web series, “Two Minute Tips with David Bergman” for AdoramaTV. He was a charter member of Apple's prestigious Aperture Advisory Board, is on the design board for Think Tank Photo, and is an AdoramaPix ambassador and Red River Pro. Before moving to New York City in 2001, Bergman was a photojournalist on staff at the Miami Herald and covered news and sporting events around the world.

Helen Melville  |  Posted: Dec 15, 2017

When I was a kid I found photography to be incredibly enjoyable, but I never really considered it to be a career option.  It seemed too fun and too easy to be considered a ‘proper’ career.  I thought of a job as something that should be serious and difficult, something that you do to earn a decent income to pay for the life that you live when you’re not working.  

Bruce Dorn  |  Posted: Dec 08, 2017

My name is Bruce Dorn and I’ve been a Canon Explorer of Light since 2005. 

Denis Reggie  |  Posted: Dec 08, 2017

As a teenager, I was always interested in playing football but a recurring thumb injury dashed my sporting dreams. Still wanting to be near the game led me to becoming the team photographer for our high school’s Friday night games. This also meant that I spent many a night and weekend in the darkroom push-developing my black-and-white film to somehow get usable photographs under poorly lit stadium lighting. But it was that first time seeing (under that red-orange safelight) an image slowly appear on an 8x10 sheet of white paper in the developer tray that amazed me, instantly hooked me on the magic of photography and lead me to my life’s work. 

Adam Jones  |  Posted: Dec 08, 2017

My introduction to photography began on my honeymoon 40 years ago in Hawaii.  My brother loaned me his 35mm film camera to capture landscapes in Hawaii, and I was hooked.  Jacques Cousteau’s underwater films were a great influence on my early career that began with underwater photography. Over the years my interest in the outdoors has grown much broader and I’m thrilled with all the great outdoors has to film and explore.  It’s a tremendous blessing to make a good living as a full time nature/wildlife photographer for the last 25 years.