My interest in photography began when I was a very small child. Some of my earliest memories are of watching a photographer, still a close family friend, at work. It was this same person that showed the basics of 35mm photography, the chemistry behind development and in 1981 helped me to purchase my first camera, the Nikkormat FT. So, for many years, I have dabbled on and off with shooting film and experimenting with black and white darkroom techniques. Unfortunately, my biggest obstacle was money. Even with a home dark room, the costs and time consumption involved with processing made it very difficult to pursue my hobby.
Now, in the age of digital photography, things have changed. In 2002 I purchased Nikon D100 and my hobby evolved into a key skill for my career. Although I love to shoot models, my main focus and function of my day job is that of documenting tattoos. - http://www.fadefast.com/
Because of my work, I have been fortunate to shoot some incredibly interesting people. If your taste leans more into the spectrum of abnormality, then please feel to contact me. I’m always looking for new creative outlets.
Photographing the bizarre and the beautiful is my drive and my passion.
– C Allen Falkner H