Leonard Capper

Introduced to photography at aged 21 with a birthday present from friends; where it earned its keep while at college photographing rowers,
drinkers and diners. Photograph a successful rowing eight and you sell nine pictures. Then, until retirement, work, children and the mortgage
restricted its application. As in life, eclectic tastes have resulted in a wide mix of pictures, although capturing human activity still remains
a major interest.

I became aware of the digital processing of pictures during the mid eighties in a University Computing Lab, while the hardware & software
costs ran into six figures. Active involvement followed when prices had dropped to affordable levels some 10 years ago. 

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