A Little About Larry A. Carver
I began doing photography while in college using a Kodak Instamatic camera. While I didn't study photography, I did have an interest in capturing what I felt were great images. Eventually I traded my Instamatic for a 35MM Pentax camera and then finally to Nikon, Mamiya, and my own darkroom. With the development of digital cameras, I left the world of film and started shooting digital continuing to use Nikon cameras. I now process my images on a computer using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
I enjoy travel, architecture, and landscape photography. Since this is not my profession, the images I capture are not always in the best light or location. My challenge is to produce images that appear on the screen or paper as they appeared to me as I looked at the subject. This means I need to use all the creativity, and technology, I can have to reproduce what I remember seeing in my mind.
Personally, I am retired. I was ordained as a priest in the Episcopal church in 1972 and spent most of my ministry working with small churches. I have worked in higher education for over 25 years teaching Economics and courses in Technology. Currently, I am a part-time adjunct faculty in the Institute of Applied Technology at Fort Hays State University and a Priest in Residence at Grace Episcopal Church Hutchinson, KS .