About Douglas A. Yates

Courtesy of the U.S. Marine Corps, the first professional camera I learned to operate was an 8x10 Deardorff. The 12-pound light-capture device, plus its 5-ft.-long mahogany tripod, provided a foundation in the skills of observation. Subsequently, I worked in photo and television production studios, directed a university media lab, and edited a regional newspaper. I now work independently as a communications consultant and photographer.

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