• Store
  • Printing & Digital Services
  • Weddings & Events
    • Cayman Photographers is part of Cathy Church’s Photo Centre. We have been the photo experts in the Cayman Islands since 1972. Let us help you capture your special moments in your own personal way. more>>>


      Plan your wedding near beautiful Cayman beaches and we will capture the beauty more>>>

      Cayman Photographers offers photography throughout Grand Cayman. If you're looking for a great venue to have your wedding or portraits in Grand Cayman, we are happy to recommend several amazing locations such as the Ritz-Carlton, the Marriott Beach Resort, the Westin Casuarina Resort.... more>>>

  • Classes
    • Above water Photo Classes

      Our private, one on one affordable classes at Cathy Church's Photo Centre can help you take your photos to the next level.

      Whether you want to learn how to take the photo or how to use editing software or even advanced techniques like studio lighting, we can customize a lesson for you. Our instructors will work with you whether you are a beginner or a pro or somewhere in between.

      If you have a pocket compact camera or the latest in DSLR's, we can help you get the most from your camera. You will benefit from our personal hands-on methods that will have you learning skills in no time and utilizing new technology to make your photos look amazing. more>>>

      Under water Photo Classes

      Capture your underwater adventure with Cathy Church, the best teacher ever! FUN and EASY!!

      1. Do you teach Land Photography, Underwater photography and Image Editing?

      2. Can I learn with any camera?

      3. What is a class like?

      4. Should I bring samples of my past photos?

      5. Should I learn with Staff or Cathy?

      6. Can I get PADI specialty Certification?

      7. How much does it cost? How do I reserve space?

      8. What type of photos can I expect?

      more >>>

  • About Cathy
    • Cathy's Blog
    • Cathy's Awards
    • Photo Projects
      • Cathy and her team have produced the world's largest underwater photo installation at Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts Airport Baggage Claim area. It covers nine feet high and 145 feet long and is comprised of over 50 photos expertly assembled by Cathy's photoshop guru Charles (CJ) Viggers. CJ spent several all nighters assembling the huge file in time for the printing deadline. Vision Marketing (a local company) printed and installed it.

        more>>>

         

    • Articles
    • Cathy's Biography
      • Cathy's Biography

        About Cathy Church

        As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

        more>>>

        Detailed biography of Cathy Church

    • Cathy's Biography

      About Cathy Church

      As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

      more>>>

      Detailed biography of Cathy Church

  • Environmental Issues
    • Most people do not have the time to lobby, study, fund, and fix our environmental problems. By yourself, your tiny little voice will get lost and misplaced. But when we form massive groups, we can flex enough muscle to fix virtually anything!

      Everyone Should Support Three Environmental Organizations:

      -- One World-Wide  -- One Nation-Wide  -- One Local

      We Cannot Join Them All, So You Must Pick And Choose Your Battles.

      I have personally chosen two battles: stop shark finning and save leatherback turtles. You may choose to protect elephants from poachers, or stop over fishing. But concentrate on one thing and do something -- anything, over and over.

      There is no single cause that is more important than another, as they all work together.

      For shark finning, I support http://www.sharktrust.org, an effective UK group. Many of you contributed to my request for money to install billboards in China where the famous Chinese basketball player Yao Ming is pictured asking everyone to just say no to shark fin soup. We collected enough $20 donations to pay for 100 billboards! This campaign was immensely successful. Collectively that money worked well.

      more>>>

  • About us
  • Contact us
    • How to Contact Us:

      Cathy Church's Photo Centre and Gallery

      P.O. Box 479, Grand Cayman, KY1-1106, CAYMAN ISLANDS

      390 South Church Street, at the Sunset House Hotel

      EMAIL: click here

      Calling from within Cayman: (345)-949-7415

      Calling from the US: (607)-330-3504 connects directly with our Cayman office

      Fax from within the Cayman Islands: 345-949-9770

      Business Hours:

      Mon-Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sun and Public Holidays: closed

       

  • Store
  • Printing & Digital Services
  • Weddings & Events
    • Cayman Photographers is part of Cathy Church’s Photo Centre. We have been the photo experts in the Cayman Islands since 1972. Let us help you capture your special moments in your own personal way. more>>>


      Plan your wedding near beautiful Cayman beaches and we will capture the beauty more>>>

      Cayman Photographers offers photography throughout Grand Cayman. If you're looking for a great venue to have your wedding or portraits in Grand Cayman, we are happy to recommend several amazing locations such as the Ritz-Carlton, the Marriott Beach Resort, the Westin Casuarina Resort.... more>>>

  • Classes
    • Above water Photo Classes

      Our private, one on one affordable classes at Cathy Church's Photo Centre can help you take your photos to the next level.

      Whether you want to learn how to take the photo or how to use editing software or even advanced techniques like studio lighting, we can customize a lesson for you. Our instructors will work with you whether you are a beginner or a pro or somewhere in between.

      If you have a pocket compact camera or the latest in DSLR's, we can help you get the most from your camera. You will benefit from our personal hands-on methods that will have you learning skills in no time and utilizing new technology to make your photos look amazing. more>>>

      Under water Photo Classes

      Capture your underwater adventure with Cathy Church, the best teacher ever! FUN and EASY!!

      1. Do you teach Land Photography, Underwater photography and Image Editing?

      2. Can I learn with any camera?

      3. What is a class like?

      4. Should I bring samples of my past photos?

      5. Should I learn with Staff or Cathy?

      6. Can I get PADI specialty Certification?

      7. How much does it cost? How do I reserve space?

      8. What type of photos can I expect?

      more >>>

  • About Cathy
    • Cathy's Blog
    • Cathy's Awards
    • Photo Projects
      • Cathy and her team have produced the world's largest underwater photo installation at Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts Airport Baggage Claim area. It covers nine feet high and 145 feet long and is comprised of over 50 photos expertly assembled by Cathy's photoshop guru Charles (CJ) Viggers. CJ spent several all nighters assembling the huge file in time for the printing deadline. Vision Marketing (a local company) printed and installed it.

        more>>>

         

    • Articles
    • Cathy's Biography
      • Cathy's Biography

        About Cathy Church

        As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

        more>>>

        Detailed biography of Cathy Church

    • Cathy's Biography

      About Cathy Church

      As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

      more>>>

      Detailed biography of Cathy Church

  • Environmental Issues
    • Most people do not have the time to lobby, study, fund, and fix our environmental problems. By yourself, your tiny little voice will get lost and misplaced. But when we form massive groups, we can flex enough muscle to fix virtually anything!

      Everyone Should Support Three Environmental Organizations:

      -- One World-Wide  -- One Nation-Wide  -- One Local

      We Cannot Join Them All, So You Must Pick And Choose Your Battles.

      I have personally chosen two battles: stop shark finning and save leatherback turtles. You may choose to protect elephants from poachers, or stop over fishing. But concentrate on one thing and do something -- anything, over and over.

      There is no single cause that is more important than another, as they all work together.

      For shark finning, I support http://www.sharktrust.org, an effective UK group. Many of you contributed to my request for money to install billboards in China where the famous Chinese basketball player Yao Ming is pictured asking everyone to just say no to shark fin soup. We collected enough $20 donations to pay for 100 billboards! This campaign was immensely successful. Collectively that money worked well.

      more>>>

  • About us
  • Contact us
    • How to Contact Us:

      Cathy Church's Photo Centre and Gallery

      P.O. Box 479, Grand Cayman, KY1-1106, CAYMAN ISLANDS

      390 South Church Street, at the Sunset House Hotel

      EMAIL: click here

      Calling from within Cayman: (345)-949-7415

      Calling from the US: (607)-330-3504 connects directly with our Cayman office

      Fax from within the Cayman Islands: 345-949-9770

      Business Hours:

      Mon-Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sun and Public Holidays: closed

       

  • Store
  • Printing & Digital Services
  • Weddings & Events
    • Cayman Photographers is part of Cathy Church’s Photo Centre. We have been the photo experts in the Cayman Islands since 1972. Let us help you capture your special moments in your own personal way. more>>>


      Plan your wedding near beautiful Cayman beaches and we will capture the beauty more>>>

      Cayman Photographers offers photography throughout Grand Cayman. If you're looking for a great venue to have your wedding or portraits in Grand Cayman, we are happy to recommend several amazing locations such as the Ritz-Carlton, the Marriott Beach Resort, the Westin Casuarina Resort.... more>>>

  • Classes
    • Above water Photo Classes

      Our private, one on one affordable classes at Cathy Church's Photo Centre can help you take your photos to the next level.

      Whether you want to learn how to take the photo or how to use editing software or even advanced techniques like studio lighting, we can customize a lesson for you. Our instructors will work with you whether you are a beginner or a pro or somewhere in between.

      If you have a pocket compact camera or the latest in DSLR's, we can help you get the most from your camera. You will benefit from our personal hands-on methods that will have you learning skills in no time and utilizing new technology to make your photos look amazing. more>>>

      Under water Photo Classes

      Capture your underwater adventure with Cathy Church, the best teacher ever! FUN and EASY!!

      1. Do you teach Land Photography, Underwater photography and Image Editing?

      2. Can I learn with any camera?

      3. What is a class like?

      4. Should I bring samples of my past photos?

      5. Should I learn with Staff or Cathy?

      6. Can I get PADI specialty Certification?

      7. How much does it cost? How do I reserve space?

      8. What type of photos can I expect?

      more >>>

  • About Cathy
    • Cathy's Blog
    • Cathy's Awards
    • Photo Projects
      • Cathy and her team have produced the world's largest underwater photo installation at Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts Airport Baggage Claim area. It covers nine feet high and 145 feet long and is comprised of over 50 photos expertly assembled by Cathy's photoshop guru Charles (CJ) Viggers. CJ spent several all nighters assembling the huge file in time for the printing deadline. Vision Marketing (a local company) printed and installed it.

        more>>>

         

    • Articles
    • Cathy's Biography
      • Cathy's Biography

        About Cathy Church

        As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

        more>>>

        Detailed biography of Cathy Church

    • Cathy's Biography

      About Cathy Church

      As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

      more>>>

      Detailed biography of Cathy Church

  • Environmental Issues
    • Most people do not have the time to lobby, study, fund, and fix our environmental problems. By yourself, your tiny little voice will get lost and misplaced. But when we form massive groups, we can flex enough muscle to fix virtually anything!

      Everyone Should Support Three Environmental Organizations:

      -- One World-Wide  -- One Nation-Wide  -- One Local

      We Cannot Join Them All, So You Must Pick And Choose Your Battles.

      I have personally chosen two battles: stop shark finning and save leatherback turtles. You may choose to protect elephants from poachers, or stop over fishing. But concentrate on one thing and do something -- anything, over and over.

      There is no single cause that is more important than another, as they all work together.

      For shark finning, I support http://www.sharktrust.org, an effective UK group. Many of you contributed to my request for money to install billboards in China where the famous Chinese basketball player Yao Ming is pictured asking everyone to just say no to shark fin soup. We collected enough $20 donations to pay for 100 billboards! This campaign was immensely successful. Collectively that money worked well.

      more>>>

  • About us
  • Contact us
    • How to Contact Us:

      Cathy Church's Photo Centre and Gallery

      P.O. Box 479, Grand Cayman, KY1-1106, CAYMAN ISLANDS

      390 South Church Street, at the Sunset House Hotel

      EMAIL: click here

      Calling from within Cayman: (345)-949-7415

      Calling from the US: (607)-330-3504 connects directly with our Cayman office

      Fax from within the Cayman Islands: 345-949-9770

      Business Hours:

      Mon-Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sun and Public Holidays: closed

       

  • Store
  • Printing & Digital Services
  • Weddings & Events
    • Cayman Photographers is part of Cathy Church’s Photo Centre. We have been the photo experts in the Cayman Islands since 1972. Let us help you capture your special moments in your own personal way. more>>>


      Plan your wedding near beautiful Cayman beaches and we will capture the beauty more>>>

      Cayman Photographers offers photography throughout Grand Cayman. If you're looking for a great venue to have your wedding or portraits in Grand Cayman, we are happy to recommend several amazing locations such as the Ritz-Carlton, the Marriott Beach Resort, the Westin Casuarina Resort.... more>>>

  • Classes
    • Above water Photo Classes

      Our private, one on one affordable classes at Cathy Church's Photo Centre can help you take your photos to the next level.

      Whether you want to learn how to take the photo or how to use editing software or even advanced techniques like studio lighting, we can customize a lesson for you. Our instructors will work with you whether you are a beginner or a pro or somewhere in between.

      If you have a pocket compact camera or the latest in DSLR's, we can help you get the most from your camera. You will benefit from our personal hands-on methods that will have you learning skills in no time and utilizing new technology to make your photos look amazing. more>>>

      Under water Photo Classes

      Capture your underwater adventure with Cathy Church, the best teacher ever! FUN and EASY!!

      1. Do you teach Land Photography, Underwater photography and Image Editing?

      2. Can I learn with any camera?

      3. What is a class like?

      4. Should I bring samples of my past photos?

      5. Should I learn with Staff or Cathy?

      6. Can I get PADI specialty Certification?

      7. How much does it cost? How do I reserve space?

      8. What type of photos can I expect?

      more >>>

  • About Cathy
    • Cathy's Blog
    • Cathy's Awards
    • Photo Projects
      • Cathy and her team have produced the world's largest underwater photo installation at Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts Airport Baggage Claim area. It covers nine feet high and 145 feet long and is comprised of over 50 photos expertly assembled by Cathy's photoshop guru Charles (CJ) Viggers. CJ spent several all nighters assembling the huge file in time for the printing deadline. Vision Marketing (a local company) printed and installed it.

        more>>>

         

    • Articles
    • Cathy's Biography
      • Cathy's Biography

        About Cathy Church

        As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

        more>>>

        Detailed biography of Cathy Church

    • Cathy's Biography

      About Cathy Church

      As a child, Cathy Church was an avid biologist and bird watcher. She earned a BS in biology from the University of Michigan where she learned to SCUBA dive. She was studying marine biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine biology station in Monterey, California when she met Jim Church, a scuba diver who was pioneering underwater photography and writing for Skin Diver Magazine in the early 60s. Cathy wanted to document her underwater work and spent many dives with Jim exploring ways to use the Calypso camera and flashbulb systems with homemade accessories.

      more>>>

      Detailed biography of Cathy Church

  • Environmental Issues
    • Most people do not have the time to lobby, study, fund, and fix our environmental problems. By yourself, your tiny little voice will get lost and misplaced. But when we form massive groups, we can flex enough muscle to fix virtually anything!

      Everyone Should Support Three Environmental Organizations:

      -- One World-Wide  -- One Nation-Wide  -- One Local

      We Cannot Join Them All, So You Must Pick And Choose Your Battles.

      I have personally chosen two battles: stop shark finning and save leatherback turtles. You may choose to protect elephants from poachers, or stop over fishing. But concentrate on one thing and do something -- anything, over and over.

      There is no single cause that is more important than another, as they all work together.

      For shark finning, I support http://www.sharktrust.org, an effective UK group. Many of you contributed to my request for money to install billboards in China where the famous Chinese basketball player Yao Ming is pictured asking everyone to just say no to shark fin soup. We collected enough $20 donations to pay for 100 billboards! This campaign was immensely successful. Collectively that money worked well.

      more>>>

  • About us
  • Contact us
    • How to Contact Us:

      Cathy Church's Photo Centre and Gallery

      P.O. Box 479, Grand Cayman, KY1-1106, CAYMAN ISLANDS

      390 South Church Street, at the Sunset House Hotel

      EMAIL: click here

      Calling from within Cayman: (345)-949-7415

      Calling from the US: (607)-330-3504 connects directly with our Cayman office

      Fax from within the Cayman Islands: 345-949-9770

      Business Hours:

      Mon-Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sun and Public Holidays: closed

       

FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions About Underwater Photography and Cathy Church

1. Questions to ask when buying a digital Camera.

Go to photo tips for more information on selecting a digital camera. If you have not done so already, sign up for the email bulletin, as I send out tips as I get them written.

 

2. When will Cathy be in Cayman?

To find out when Cathy will be in Grand Cayman, check our calendar page under the button "Cathy's Page". Some dates will appear longer than the actual event dates as we frequently add a few days before and after trips to the US to visit friends and shop.

 

3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a housed compact digital camera versus an SLR underwater?

Advantages of a compact digital camera system compared to an SLR:

  • Compact digitals cost much less. Complete systems can cost as little as $2075.00. An equivalent SLR that can do small macro and wide angle will require multiple lenses with gears and ports and can start around $4700.00 just for the housing and cost well over $10,000.00 to $18,000.00 for a complete Nikon system with strobes, lenses and ports.

  • Compact digitals are smaller and easier to travel with.

  • They are more versatile in the water -- a good system allows you to shoot from infinity to as close as just a few inches away. Many also allow you to add a wide angle lens underwater to shoot large subjects on the same dive. With SLR cameras, once you choose a lens, you are limited to shooting within the range of that one lens for the dive.

  • They are easier to handle. By holding the camera out in front of you, you can see your subject, and you can see your surroundings while you shoot. With the SLR, you must keep your eye to the viewfinder while trying to find the subject and adjust your position on the reef.

Disadvantages of a compact digital camera system compared to an SLR:

  • It is slower to focus so there is a longer delay in taking the photo. This can be a major problem when shooting moving subjects such as fish. The SLRs focus so fast that you can often take the picture virtually right away.

  • The LCD screen on the back of the compact digital may be hard to see in some lighting conditions. You can always see clearly through an SLR viewfinder (providing you have a reasonable housing). In certain conditions it is hard to distinguish subject details in the LCD screen. With an SLR viewfinder, your entire eye is involved in the visual image in the viewfinder so you are more likely to see the proper focus, composition and details.

 

4. Which camera (or strobe) should I buy?

It is impossible to give you a quick answer on what type of camera or strobe to buy. As with most photo equipment, you often get more when you pay more, so determine your budget and buy within that budget. We carry systems from as low as $500.00 to as much as $18,000.00. Strobes vary from around $350 to $900. Our favorite right now is the Sea and Sea YS-D1. I like small, lightweight strobes that just take simple AA batteries rather than a proprietary battery that cannot be replaced in places like Indonesia. I like them small so that I can work in tight places. I rarely need higher power as I prefer to work close to my subject for better color and contrast. Large, high-power strobes are heavier in my baggage, get in the way underwater, and although they provide a faster recycle time when used on low power, so do my small strobes when I work in close. Be careful in choosing a housing -- what may seem like a small disadvantage can be a major obstacle to getting the photo underwater. For example, some camera/housing combinations require two controls to change the f-stop, making it impossible to change f-stops while looking through the viewfinder. Others require a long, awkward reach to get to the f-stop. The best way to properly answer your questions would be with your own private instruction with Cathy or her wonderful staff in Grand Cayman. Here you can actually handle the camera system before making a major investment decision. During the course we can discuss the advantages and disadvantages as they relate to your, not MY needs, or the needs of anyone else. YOU have to set the conditions that you need filled and no one can shortcut that answer. Check the next question below to see why you should buy your camera gear from us when you are in Grand Cayman.

 

5. Do you sell equipment?

In our photo centre in Grand Cayman we sell everything that Cathy recommends. Check out our camera section here. Don't be surprised when you find that our prices are competitive, usually even lower than NY prices, and when you pick up your gear here during your Cayman visit, there are no taxes, no duties, no shipping and you do get FREE instruction. Many people inquire whether or not we sell used equipment or if we take used camera systems for trade. We do on rare occasion sell off a used camera system or strobe that has been in our rental pool, but these are quickly snatched up by divers who live here in Grand Cayman. As to trade-ins, the answer is no. It's such a challenge to stay current with the NEW cameras; the digital camera market has an extremely rapid turnover rate, and about the time we have received (finally) a housing for a specific camera, then the manufacturer has just announced its replacement. Anyone interested in selling their old equipment should check out eBay, scuba diving boards, etc.

 

6. How do I get started in U/W photography? How do I become a professional?

Start by taking any combination of courses and private lessons that we offer at the photo centre. To become a professional you will need to find a way to be able to take a lot of photos underwater. Several of today's professionals started by working as divemasters, photo pros at diving resorts or as boat captains. Read everything that you can find about underwater photography. Don't believe it all (some is actually wrong or misleading) so experiment and find what works best for you. Be ready to work really hard. Read about how Norbert Wu stays under the ice an extra twenty minutes (while every one else got way too cold and went up) so that he can get that terrific photo, or how I hire four staff to work on a complex photo that I can't do alone. The easy photos have been done and are everywhere. Look for ways that you can do something that no one else is doing. And don't think it's all been done! People have thought that since time began but we still keep creating something new. If you can visualize what you want to become, then you can do it. It doesn't matter what you are doing now, or how old you are; if you want to, then do it. Keep in mind that there is relatively little money in underwater photography, so you should have a variety of ways that you can earn an income. Obvious ways are to sell photo equipment, teach photography, run a dive shop and dive tour business, be independently wealthy from selling your computer business or marrying someone with a real job. Regardless of how much you want to become a pro, you must NEVER give the picture away just for a photo credit. If every beginner gave their photos away, there would not be a decent market for anyone to sell their photos. That is partially why the market is presently so poor for underwater photography. I am constantly asked for FREE photos for advertising brochures for the Cayman Islands. I know that when I turn them down, they will turn elsewhere and get photos for free. If they couldn't get free ones, they would realize that they should budget properly for photography and we (especially beginners) would all benefit. Good luck with your dreams. Remember, that for every subject that you have ever seen, the best photo of it has yet to be taken.

Revised February 9, 2012