About Tony Johnson Photography
A careful reading of “How to take Pictures Good” and completion of the on-line course “How to take More Better Pix” fully qualifies me to wield a camera. In fact, I can find the on/off switch on my camera nearly as fast as I can find it on my computer. After selling off my film stash on E-bay I no longer try to load film into my digital cameras, but every once in awhile in mid-shoot I stop short with the fear that I forgot to put film into the camera. So long as I have my glasses on, I can focus too!
My brief bio (aside from the formal education I outlined above): I got my start 30 years ago armed with a Leica and provided freelance sports and feature images for the North Kitsap Herald while still in high school (I suspect because at the time, I was one of a handful of people who knew how to use a camera as “auto“ was not yet invented). The 90's found me doing corporate photography shooting annual reports and numerous brochures. Today I can be found pursuing portraiture and outdoor photography from my home on Bainbridge Island.
My working style is laid back with a healthy dose of humor. If you smiled and understood that first paragraph above then this might be the start of a nice working relationship. If you are ready to do a web search for the on-line course I mentioned above, then I need to clarify that I took that course in the 80s and it may not be on-line anymore.
Feel free to get in touch for a chat…I’d be happy to outline the details of that course too!