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Fog on the Lake by Vince McCall
You can't drink all day... by Julie McCall
It all started when..... by Julie McCall
Got Tools? by Julie McCall
Who cut one? by Julie McCall
Vase by Vince McCall
Spiral Stairs by Vince McCall
Glass Flower by Vince McCall
Lost in Green by Vince McCall
Lost Petals by Vince McCall
Firewood by Vince McCall
Standing Here by Vince McCall
Glass by Vince McCall
Cape Lookout Lighthouse by Vince McCall
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse by Vince McCall
In Midair by Vince McCall
Dunes by Vince McCall
Someday by Vince McCall
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About Vince McCall
Chief Photo Editor for Artistic Solutions Ink, Vince McCall has been photographing since he was about 10 years old (and he's over 50). Here is how the story goes:
With a plastic camera and B&W film, Vince did his first photo journalistic project at Cape Canaveral, Florida. The pictures were really just vacation shots, and bad ones at that. In high school, he started getting a little more serious with a Canon AE-1 loaded with some Kodachrome 64 to do his first outdoor portraiture work at the Fort Worth Nature Center. A girlfriend at the time was his model and the pictures didn't turn out too bad, but he was uninspired. Neither portraiture or photojournalism was in his cards.
In 1982, he took a 2-month backpacking trip to Europe with his Canon AE-1 and about twenty 36-exposure rolls of K64. Although the pictures did not turn out as well as his German buddy's Agfa slide film pictures and his camera was lifted (stolen) near the end of the trip, he was hooked! He loved travel photography.
Rush forward to 1990, and a brief endeavor into showing and selling framed pictures. The business side of photography was a little too much for him at the time. Photography was no longer fun. He put his camera equipment (Minolta X-700s) away for good, or so he thought.
In 1997, a dear friend handed him an underwater Nikonos system and he was hooked again on underwater travel photography. As the doors began to close on film, he can remember saying, "I would never shoot with digital cameras". Of course, he was dead wrong and almost no one shoots film anymore (including him). With both Nikon and Canon point-and-shoot cameras, he was able to shoot some really cool stuff.
Things have progressed from there as his equipment evolves, and now retired he is able to spend much more time travelling (more than 30 countries visited, and all 50 of the United States).
Thanks to his lovely wife, now president and chief executive officer of Artistic Solutions Ink, he is able to shoot to his hearts content and make these artistic photos available to his friends and to the general public.