Like most people my age, my first camera was a Kodak Brownie. My first serious camera was a gift in the 60s from my brother-in-law; it was a Minolta SRT101 with an f/1.4 lens. It hooked me on photography. 

In the tech industry, I worked with teams developing new electronic devices. I got to use the latest in optical microscopes, electron microscopes, and x-ray diffraction tools to display microstructures in electronic materials

Now in retirement, my tools are Olympus and Leica hardware and Photoshop software. And now, instead of looking for defects I look for moments that tell a story. My wife and I enjoy traveling to photogenic locations and I like to photograph people and animals doing things. And I have a fondness for horses.

Bill Stacy


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