My brother gave me my first camera when I was eight years old. That started the journey of a lifetime.
My mother would encourage my interest and let me set up a darkroom in
the house when I was 13. Yes, that was back in the film/wet darkroom days.
My first real job right after high school was working in the lab for a local photo supply store.
I would dabble in business - at one time opening a photography studio with a friend. It would
not be until several years later that I would finally pursue my dream of my own photography
business and eventually go full time with that business in 1989.
Technology has changed. Photography has not. Composition, lighting, exposure, color balance -
these are all the tools that make a photograph a photograph instead of a snap-shot.
Drop me a line or give me a call. I would love to talk about your project.
Larry J Foster
c:405.321.1972 (Don't let the area code fool you. I live in Colorado now.)