When Did You First Know You Wanted to Be a Photographer?

When did you first know you wanted to be a photographer?
A lot of times the answer goes way back and that inspiring moment follows us for a lifetime.
Here’s what Vincent Versace shared in a recent interview with Scott Wyden.
“When I knew I wanted to be a photographer, I mean new it in my core, was when I was 15 years old and out to the smoky mountains with my other uncle CJ Elfont. I shot my first “smokey water” waterfall. I watched how the world stopped for him when he shot and the look on his face after he made an exposure with his view camera. I had the “buzz” when I captured my water shot. That was when I knew.”
Read more with Vincent Versace here.
Find more about Vincent Versace here.


R Mac Holbert’s (master printer Nash Editions) new website is live and growing
You’ll find …
Information on Mac’s workshops and seminars.
Free PDFs and Actions that complement Mac’s workshops and seminars.
Mac’s Acme Educational DVD The Dirty Dozen: Eliminating Common Imaging Mistakes.
Mac’s book Nash Editions / Photography and the Art of Digital Printing.
Like any website, it continues to evolve.
So, check it out now.
And, check back later for more useful resources.
Check out my conversation with Mac here.
Check out our workshop The Fine Art of Digital Printing here.