I am a professional photographer with over 40 years experience in architectural, industrial and general commercial photographic illustration. For nearly half of that time I have worked with Photoshop and digital imaging and editing. I also teach Photoshop, Elements and Lightroom classes in my studio and give presentations on digital imaging and photography to camera clubs and professional photographic organizations. I have been a platform speaker at professional organization meetings in PA and Florida, and was a national convention speaker at PPA in Las Vegas. I have won awards for images in competition including Kodak and Fuji awards, and a number of magazine publication honors. I have a Clio award for photographic illustration. All of this was accomplished in less than ten years after which I retired from competition.

I am currently still shooting assignments for selected clients, and teaching both private students and holding seminars in Photoshop related subjects at my studio. My website (http://www.brysonleidich.com) includes a special section on learning digital imaging with several articles I have written on the subject. More recently I have concluded that this approach will offer more people an opportunity to read my writings, hopefully to help them improve their photography and editing.

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  1. HOW IS OLD AGE TREATING YOU? I’m still holding on here. Remember Butch Ruch? We’ve been in touch over the past couple years. At age 60, he sold his home, bought an RV with all the bells and whistles and went out on the road. He follows the good weather, sees a lot of neat places, visits his grand-kids, and hits all the casinos. He is now known as “Ty Ruch” because his first name was Tyrus (I had no idea, did you?) Well, stay warm…

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