Kathleen Clemons was the only girl who carried a camera all the time during her high school and college years. Since then, and with plenty of practice, she has developed into a superb Fine Art Nature Photographer. Interview by Deborah Hughes
What got you started in photography?
I have always loved taking pictures. In high school and college I was always the one with the camera, but those pictures were always captured with the camera set on ‘Auto’. I didn’t get serious about learning photography until I took an online class with Bryan Peterson back in 2003 called Understanding Exposure. Bryan said I was a natural when it came to composition; I just needed to learn the technical aspects of photography and the class gave me a firm…
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