Bob and Connie became interested in
photography in 1965 when their TV broke.
Bob likes taking pictures of flowers, insects (when they hold still), scenic, and pretty girls. He is also a woodworker specializing in small
boxes and turned bowls.
and Bob became interested in photography in 1965 when their TV broke. Connie likes all kinds of photography, but
most of all small quiet subjects. Her
other great interest is music
I've always loved taking snapshots at family gatherings and vacations
to remember events in our lives. In 2005 my husband gave me my first
SLR camera and created a photography monster. I love learning about
photography in general and especially enjoy photographing sports and
If you start talkin' photography, you've got my complete attention. My
name is Donna Kruslicky. Born and raised in Jim Thorpe, I now live in
Summit Hill with my family. I have 4 loves: my Husband - Chris, our two
wonderful daughters - Chloe and Valerie and my Nikon d5100 - as yet
unnamed but don't put it past me.
The older my daughters get, the deeper I can immerse myself in the joys
of photography. I take every Photography Class that fits neatly between
Cheerleading, Gymnastics and Homework with said daughters.
I have done favors for friends and family with engagement shoots, family
portraits and even wedding
photography and absolutely loved every second. I
think what I like the most is making other people happy with something I
My goal is to continue to heighten my photography abilities until even
my worst critic is happy - myself!
have 38 plus years Experience shooting from Landscape, Pets, Calendars, Company
layouts for photo for web site, Event Photography and Weddings. My intention to
detail in my photography is importance to me. I have a saying “The camera
always see what we can’t see in life.
After living in cities and suburbs, I made the move to beautiful Carbon
County in 1989 with my husband, Dave, and son, Andy.
I began volunteering at CCEEC in 1993, while pursuing a degree in
elementary education at East Stroudsburg University. While dividing my time
between college and home, I also taught visiting school groups and cared for
injured wildlife on a daily basis.
I was hired as a full-time Naturalist at CCEEC in 1998 and remain
employed there presently.
In 2005, my husband bought me my very first digital camera and I was
hooked! I was mesmerized by what I saw through my lens. Often, a day taking
pictures leads to a night spent with field guides trying to name what I had
viewed through the lens.
"There is a peace and a calm that comes over me when I am behind the
lens." ~ Jeannie Carl
"Give me a journal and my camera and I am at home in the woods." ~
Paul Sell began taking photographs as a child with
his first camera, a Polaroid Swinger Land Camera. He inherited his father's
Konica rangefinder during his teenage years and continued photographing family
and friends. In 1980, while interning at the Morris Arboretum in Philadelphia,
he bought his first "serious" camera, a Nikon FM with a 35mm lens. It was at the
Morris that he began improving his photography while shooting such assignments
as color slides of the Arboretum's various trees, shrubs and flowers. He also
shot black and white for the newsletter and learned to develop film and make
prints in a darkroom. Over the years, while involved in other careers, he
continued to photograph both personally and for publicity purposes in his work.
Always interested in taking his photography further, upon retirement he took the
opportunity develop his knowledge with courses at Bucks County Community College
and various photography workshops. In 2012, he decided to open Paul R Sell
Photography with a focus on general portraiture. Visit Paul on the web at
http://paulrsell.com and http://paul-sell.artistwebsites.com