David Greene

When I was 12, I was given a brownie camera and dark room paraphernalia by my Mom’s then boyfriend, a portrait painter and professional photographer. A walk-in clothes closet became a temporary dark room as I first learned I liked photography.

Jump 9 years to when I took a Minolta across country armed only with Black and White film that I developed myself. The Black Hills became shades of black and grey hills.

Then life got in the way. Teaching and coaching for 38 years. Marriage. Family.
Photography morphed into travel slide shows on a Kodak carousel.

Kodachrome. They give us those nice bright colors. They give us the greens of summers. Makes you think all the world's a sunny day. Oh yeah…I got a Minolta camera. I love to take a photograph. So, missus, don't take my Kodachrome away. ---apologies to Paul Simon

Finally, I turned digital, retired, and opened my world up to more travel and new ways to photograph. I finally got that Nikon that was in the real song lyric, learned how Ansel Adams would use technology (short of Photoshop) to express himself today, and I started viewing the world of photography differently as I traveled around the world.

A photograph is often called a “slice of time”. A photograph can capture and hold that one precious moment for all eternity to be shared by others. This work represents how I want to share slices of time from wherever in the world they may be taken.

It is only recently that I started to show my work. In the past year my work has been shown at:

Piermont Fine Arts Gallery, The Rockland Arts Festival online gallery, the Katonah Museum online gallery, the Diversia Earth online gallery, the Prairie Village Art Councils’ 4th annual Art of Photography online gallery, and three other MAG online shows.

You can find my photos at dcgphotos.smugmug.com to view the full catalogue.

All images are available for sale in various sizes, materials, mountings, and frames and will be priced accordingly.

Please contact me directly at dcgmentor@gmail.com or 914-523-6835 to discuss options and to order anything other than an unframed print.

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