I received my first Nikon camera as a graduation present from high school, over 30 years ago. I began taking pictures seriously in the late 1980’s after taking classes at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, and soon after moved up to medium format and then 4x5. In the 90’s I had a well equipped darkroom at my house, and photographed mostly landscapes, as well as the nude in a landscape setting. Selling my work to family and friends and eventually having my work displayed in the Ansel Adams Gallery in Pebble Beach, CA.
Photography took a backseat for a few years while digital was maturing, and I finally made the switch to digital in 2006 and have been learning ever since. I work full time for a company that has me traveling the world, and so my focus lately, has been documenting the cities and countries on my travels. I usually try to extend trips a day or two to explore with my camera. These galleries show some of the results of those trips. Additional photos can be found on http://500px.com/drjhnsn. Enjoy...
I recently added a drone to my tool kit and you can see my videos at: http://www.youtube.com/c/DaleJohnsonphoto