Photographers

 

 

Brian Hudzik


BEING A VISUAL PERSON I WAS DESTINED TO BECOME CONSUMED BY PHOTOGRAPHY AND VISUAL MEDIA.  USING NATURAL LIGHT FOR PHOTOGRAPHS IS MY PREFERENCE, BUT I UNDERSTAND USING A FLASH HAS BENEFITS.  I CAPTURE IMAGES I ENJOY AND AM THRILLED WHEN I HEAR OTHERS ENJOY MY IMAGES TOO.

MY INTEREST IN PHOTOGRAPHY STARTED SOMEWHERE AROUND 10 YEARS OLD.  I REMEMBER GOING TO VERMONT WITH A FRIEND AND HIS FATHER TO TOUR A TRAIN MUSEUM.  APPARENTLY I WAS CAPTURING LOTS OF PHOTOS BECAUSE MY FRIENDS FATHER BEGAN COMMENTING ON IT.  THIS OF COURSE WAS WITH A VERY BASIC CAMERA, MAYBE USING 126 FILM.

IN 1976, A 110 CAMERA WAS USED ON A TRIP TO HAWAII.  LOTS OF PICTURES WERE TAKEN DURING THAT TRIP.  I CONTINUED TO USE THE 110, BUT AFTER ENLARGING ONE OR TWO I FOUND ENLARGEMENT SHOULD NOT BE DONE USING 110 NEGATIVES.

PHOTOGRAPHY TOOK A BACK SEAT TO OTHER THINGS, BUT I FELT IT TUGGING AT ME YEARS LATER WHEN, WHILE LIVING IN COLORADO, SOMEONE CAME TO THE DOOR SELLING CALENDARS WITH PHOTOGRAPHS IN IT.  I LOOKED AT A PHOTOGRAPH OF A MILL AND THOUGHT, "I'D LIKE TO BE ABLE TO CAPTURE PHOTOGRAPHS LIKE THAT".

SO, BEFORE A RETURN TRIP TO HAWAII IN THE EARLY 1980'S, A 35MM CAMERA WAS PURCHASED (NIKON FG).  ABOUT A DOZEN OR MORE ROLLS OF FILM WERE USED DURING THAT TRIP.

BY THE TIME THE SWITCH TO DIGITAL OCCURRED AFTER 2005, QUITE A FEW BINS OF NEGATIVES AND PRINTS WERE CREATED.  SOME OF THE BINS ARE WITH ME AND I CONTINUE TO SCAN IN THE NEGATIVES AS TIME PERMITS.

WHEN YOU VISIT MY WEBSITE, YOU WILL SEE A VARIETY OF MY IMAGES:
HTTPS://WWW.IMAGESCENES.COM

I AM ALSO ON FACEBOOK:
HTTPS://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/IMAGESCENES

EMAIL:

BRIANH@IMAGESCENES.COM


I USE WINDOWS PCS, LIGHTROOM, PHOTOSHOP CS6, NIKON D300S, NIKON 1 V1, AND SONY A6300.

AWARDS:

2011 - SOUTHERN RAILWAY MUSEUM: FIRST PLACE IN THE TECHNIQUE CATEGORY

2012 - PHOTO WALK, ASHEVILLE, NC: BEST PHOTOGRAPH FOR THIS LOCATION

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