Member Bios

Sunandan Ghosh

Sunandan Ghosh

Photography: Started in 1977 (when a 3rd year student of Bachelor of Civil Engineering) with a box camera and without any guidance. So achievement was very slow.

After a long time participated in about 100 International Salons and received FIAP & PSA acceptances.

Completed Diploma in Photography.
Now Retired from service.
Associated with Publication of a monthly little magazine originated by my father.
Rendering Honorary service for teaching of Digital photography in a local club (association).
Enjoying trekking in the Himalayas.

Need to improve knowledge of artificial and Natural lighting, portrait, panaroma, wild life etc. gradually through PSA.




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Gabriele Dellanave, PPSA, BPSA

Gabriele Dellanave, PPSA, BPSA

My interest in photography began as a child in Italy. At first, I was intrigued by the mechanics of the camera, and sadly, destroyed a few by dismantling them to see how they worked. Gradually I began to understand how I could express myself through my images. Friends made encouraging comments about some of my pictures and they began to rely on me to document events. At that time I began doing some sports photography for our region’s newspapers. Later, I opened a professional studio with a friend in Italy that specialized in commercial photography creating brochures, catalogs and other marketing materials. I used large format studio cameras for that work and began to develop film myself. The more I traveled in midlife the more I began to experiment with various lenses and subjects. I also realized the importance of photography in helping me notice details and the particulars of various places and events. I’m still fascinated by B&W images and sometimes miss the chemistry of the darkroom. Even though I loved the magic of the darkroom, I embraced digital photography in its infancy. I find never-ending gratification from learning more about various software applications, composition and light control. I’m challenged by the potential of photography both as documentation and artistic expression. Photography offers so many possibilities to create and so much new technology to learn that it continually engages my interest. Lately I have been experimenting with printing my own work and am amazed by the quality that can be achieved. I would like to learn more about composition, light and subject control, and effective marketing strategies for some of my work.




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Art Jacoby

Art Jacoby

I am retired, I have had many careers all dealing with education as social services. I have been an administrator and teacher. My doctorate is in Urban Education from Fordham University.

I have been interested in photography since my 20's but only have been actively involved for the past ten years since digital cameras and Photoshop came on the scene. I am interested in everything but have been focusing on wildlife, travel and people. I believe that taking the photo is the first and a critical step in the artistic process but the processing allows one to bring a vision into existence. Only in photo journalism should rigid limits apply to post processing. However, the photographer should always identify the degree to which he/she has made modifications to the original image.




Kurtis Sutley

Kurtis Sutley

Born and raised on cattle ranches in New Mexico, Oklahoma and Arkansas. I’ve been married to my best friend, Susan, for 44 years. I was a fighter pilot in the USAF 21 years. I'm also an Airborne Ranger. Been into photography since 1976. My love is animal photography of all kinds. I find all animals honest and genuine. I tend to plan a shoot and execute when appropriate. I carry a camera everywhere I go for that moment that pops up. I use a Canon 90D, 6D Mk II and an 80D. My favorite "extra" processing software is Topaz Studio, Sharpen AI and DeNoise AI. Lightroom is my primary software. I love talking photography as much as air combat and Ranger operations.

You can see my work on: Kurtis Sutley




Marge Barham

Marge Barham

Hi fellow photographers!
I am a snowbird spending winters in Jupiter, FL and summers in White Plains, NY. When I first came to Florida I began photography lessons with a Photo-journalist in West Palm Beach. He taught me to get it right in the camera and I am still trying my best to do just that.

I have "tweaked" photos in Elements for years, but have learned that post processing usually is what makes photos really pop and sometimes "tweaking" just isn’t enough. Now, I need to spend the time to learn more about that part of photography.

I love being outdoors and learning about my favorite subject, which is wildlife, but just having a camera in my hand makes me happy.




Sylvia Bacon

Sylvia Bacon

Photography has been a favorite hobby for many years. I am still active in a photography club now, going on fifteen years and have tried to learn all I can about how to present better pictures. I shoot mostly in Raw and enjoy the post editing process because that is when I can be more creative since I view photography as an art.

Am an Adobe Bridge/Photoshop lady and occasionally use Topaz and Nik software for editing to satisfy my need to be visually creative. I have Nikon digital cameras, a Sony HX-400v, Fuji Film X-T3 and iPhone 11 Pro Max camera.

My home is on Kiawah Island in SC where there is an abundance of wildlife and many photography opportunities; flowers, animals, birds, nature, landscape scenes. My husband and I have also traveled a lot plus we spend our summers in the southern part of Maine by the coast. Needless to say, I always try to keep a camera with me!

For the past year and a half I have participated in a weekly photography blog called "Lens-Artist Photo Challenge", along with hundreds of other participants all over the world. By the way, this group is open to anyone who would like to join and if interested, my blog website is www.mycolorfulexpressions.com.