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I had no idea that you were such a great photographerI frequently heard that I was a good photographer but it never really sunk in I constantly wondered if I could ever be another Ansle Adams or Luis De Luca While choosing classes for my sophomore year I debated whether I wanted to take a simple wildlife development course or a course that would stimulate me intellectually Little did I know that my decision would dramatically change my future Taking photojournalism was definitely a life changing experience While trying to work with a teacher who never looked me in the face and always lost my work I began to learn the basics of photography such as f-stops and shutter speeds From my first assignment I discovered that I had a passion for photography I found an outlet for my soul to experience the beauties of the world Time has been getting in the way of my photography I just dont have enough time to do the things that really interest me In the rare time that I do find I take my camera and discover where the world is trying to express itself The camera is a tool for me to achieve a state of peace after a chaotic day In the colors of the land I discover in relation to myself how people grow and learn to work through their problems As the world turns another life changes With a death comes renewal a birth Most people that I encounter I feel dont look deep enough into the big picture of life Through the lens of my camera I have captured events that alter the lives of many I have witnessed the happiness of a team that has won the top prizes and I have experienced the tears of countless others who have failed Looking through the lens I become part of a complex machine that is made to freeze vivid images into the
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