Lawrence Worster

I am a retired senior field audio engineer from NBC’s television network. I have an intense love of nature which, starting in 1972, led me to landscape photography. I borrowed my father’s Minolta camera for a couple of months and quickly fell in love with photography. I gave him back his Minolta and bought my first camera; a Nikon F2.
I began taking my camera with me when I traveled to work on televised events. One of the events I worked on was on the Oregon Trail, a perfect place for landscape photography.
I built my first darkroom and started capturing black and white images. I loved the process of shooting the images, taking them to the darkroom, developing the film and printing what I had captured. This was very satisfying for me. I kept at that film-based process for many years until transferring to the new world of digital photography. My previous career in audio technology required computer skills which helped me when I moved to digital photography, but I will always miss the darkroom.
My first quality digital camera was a Nikon D7000. I went with Nikon because of my years of positive experience with Nikon film cameras and lenses. I have since moved over to Sony’s photographic equipment. I use a Sony A7r II camera with an assortment of Sony GM, Canon and Zeiss lenses. I use RRS tripods and their other equipment along with Singh-Ray and Promaster filters.

My Camera Gear

Sony A7r II & VG-C2EM Battery Grip
RRS L-bracket
Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 GM
Sony 55mm f/1.8
Sony 16-35mm f/4
Sony 90mm f/2.8 MACRO G OSS
Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS
Sony 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G OSS
Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8
Canon TS-E 24mm
Sony TC 1.4 & 2
Singh-Ray and (Pro) Master Filters
RRS TVC-34L tripod
RRS BH-55 LR Ballhead
RRS TPA-01 Ultra Pocket Pod
RRS BH-25 Ballhead



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