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Exploring by Patrick Groleau
Petit Manan Light by Patrick Groleau
Oatmeal Rapids by Patrick Groleau
Monarch by Patrick Groleau
Elderly Couple by Patrick Groleau
Rockin' by Patrick Groleau
New Friend by Patrick Groleau
Magenta Defined by Patrick Groleau
Bigelow Ridge by Patrick Groleau
Cougar by Patrick Groleau
Survivor by Patrick Groleau
Broken Glass Landscape by Patrick Groleau
Challenging a Northeaster by Patrick Groleau
Waiting for Grandpa by Patrick Groleau
FM Abstract by Patrick Groleau
Marshall Point Light by Patrick Groleau
Pals by Patrick Groleau
Lupine for Ansel by Patrick Groleau
Lupine Purple by Patrick Groleau
Watching Me by Patrick Groleau
Bug Light Soaring by Patrick Groleau
Bug Light Blue by Patrick Groleau
Cape Sketch by Patrick Groleau
Bug Light by Patrick Groleau
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About Patrick Groleau
'May I use your camera, Dad?' There, I'd asked! Now, the wait, nervously wondering how he was going to respond.
'Sure, but you've got to promise to ... well, I know you'll take care of it. Go get it from the desk and I'll show you how to handle it.'
I must now admit to being pleasantly surprised, since at the time I'd figured there was little chance he would allow me use of his precious jewel-like German camera. Truth be told, back then I wasn't as good at putting machines back together as I was at taking them apart to see how they worked! Nevertheless, my pockets stuffed with several little metal cans containing rolls of outdated Agfa film he had scrounged up for me, I ended up leaving the house with the camera, my first attempt to 'capture the light' ...
... and, yes, it was quite some time before I began to understand the relationship between f-stop, shutter speed, and ASA. After that came focus, depth of field and circle of confusion, the Zone System, exposure latitude, reciprocity failure, and the fundamental 'rule of thirds.' Now ... now, I'm still learning!
What happens when I take pictures? I'm not sure. Closest description of my feelings that I've ever heard was my friend Carl, who said, 'Pat, you see things that most of us merely look at ... you stop and notice what most of us pass by.' Whatever it is, I'm always pleased to think there are others who enjoy sharing my vision.