With a college major in Art Education and a successful, forty-year career as a graphic artist, visual composition has never been a challenge and comes easily to me. I believe this is my strongest asset, when I’m searching for the next photographic moment to capture.
I’ve always admired beautiful photography. With a natural interest in taking photos, I bought my first digital camera, an auto focus, point and shoot camera. About seven years ago, I invested in my first DSLR camera with a lens kit. I was somewhat successful taking photos, but I wanted complete knowledge of my new camera’s capabilities.
“I stumbled on to the IPhotography Course, while researching online classes that would help me learn about my DSLR camera, and I signed up. I liked the interactive classes, with assignments and testing, knowing this would push me to learn the features and capabilities of my camera.”
– Randy Wayman
My love for nature and the need for adventure has inspired my work photographing landscapes, cityscapes and nightscapes. I aim to capture and share the beauty, variety of colors, and unique compositions life has to offer.
My advice to a new photography student: Figure out what you love and combine that with your photography. Listen to other photographers’ experiences and try new techniques to learn and develop your photography skills.