Like so many photographers, I was introduced to photography in a home where cameras were commonplace.
Credit it to nature or nurture, when a child grows up in a home of a photographer, it seems photography comes naturally.
For Father's Day weekend, I wanted to tell the stories of photographers and their fathers.
In part II, I interview Emily Carter, a nature photographer in our community. Emily's dad was a Latin American anthropologist who used his camera to document the lives of Indians in the Andes Mountains. I share the story of Sheldon Katz, who remembers his early life with his dad. Finally, I interview my three boys to see how the third generation of photographers is faring.
Listen to part II.