I have had a passion for photography since a very early age. I am pretty sure I was the only kid in my High School (Massena Central Circa 1970’s) to have a 35mm with a telephoto zoom lens given to me by my brother. From time to time, you will notice that some of those images show up on Facebook to highlight the fashion or hairstyle of that era much to the chagrin of my family and fellow classmates.
I remember buying my first 35mm camera, a Pentax ME Super from a store in NYC where I actually just recently made a purchase! I honestly think it was the same guy I bought my camera from 30 years ago! After years of using the Pentax, I decided to sell it. I never replaced this camera as I moved around a lot and kind of lost interest in photography during that period of time.
With the digital age of photography and my children playing sports, I have a renewed interest in photography. One day, my wife asked if we could get a camera that would take better photos than the point and shoot we had been using that signaled a license to dive back in to my long lost hobby, but one not without a warning on the bill that would follow my purchase.
Today after taking thousands of photos of youth sports, nature and some shall I say eclectic images, I wanted to share these in a site that highlights my work as well as making it easy for all the parents, players, friends, and models to purchase these images and enjoy them as much as I have taking them.
This site will also feature photos by my protégé and son Zachary who will be featuring his African collection in the summer of 2015 following his three week adventure to Kruger National Park.
From time to time, I will provide helpful information on photography and hopefully be able to highlight some local photographers in the Granite State.
If you have any questions or need additional information please feel free to contact me, as I would be more than happy to share my photographical journey with you.
My Photo was taken by Ryan Beretta at the UNH Cabin Fever Archery Event in the spring. I was both competing in and taking photos in between ends.
© Peter Jukoski Photography