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Barbara E Miller, HonPSA, FPSA, MPSA, EFIAP

Barbara E Miller, HonPSA, FPSA, MPSA, EFIAP

Born in England and now residing in Florida, Barbara has been a member of PSA since 1983. She took over the Electronic Study Groups (as Digital Dialogue was originally called) when they numbered 5 and has served in a number of capacities for PSA. Director of Region 8 for 5 years; Chairperson of the Photo Travel Division Travel sets and Travelettes for 7 years; Chairperson of the EID and PID exhibitions for 16 years, and Tropical Image Exhibition 9 years. On the local front served as president of the Delray Camera Club and a member of the board of directors of the Boynton Beach Camera Club, serving as PSA rep for them as well as the Photographic Arts of South Florida. Numerous judging of international exhibitions and local clubs. 5 galaxies in CPID, 5 stars EID, 4 stars Small Print Division, 4 stars Nature Division, 4 stars Photo Journalism Division and 4 stars Photo Travel Division has earned her an MPSA.
AWARDS
1995 the honour of Associate (APSA)
2001 the honour of Fellowship (FPSA)
2014 the prestigious Peabody Award for Significant Contribution to Photography
2015 the most coveted honour, the President's Award for exceptional service
2020 elected Honorary Member for leadership and enthusiastic service to PSA

Her camera equipment is Canon Rebel. IPhone 10; favourite subjects are table top and flowers




David Price, EPSA

David Price, EPSA

I took up photography as a hobby in 2011 after retiring from work. I am currently a member of Three clubs, West Cumbria Photo Group, Copeland Photographic Society and Workington Camera Club all in Cumbria in the North West of England.

I have been entering Exhibitions since May 2014 and joined PSA in September 2016. I like taking images of most subjects, although I particularly like to take pictures of people I meet on the street. I like to manipulate my images in Photoshop and convert many to mono in Nik Silver Efex. I frequently enter competitions and exhibitions and I am a regular entrant in Print of the Month. I have learned much through peoples honest and open critiques.




Freddie Kelvin

Freddie Kelvin

I am a retired radiologist, and have developed a passion for photography over the last 14 or so years. Initially I joined workshops in the American West and took traditional landscape photos. Since then, I have morphed into more abstract work, concentrating on reflections, Intentional Camera Movement, and some image blending.
I am also a keen dance photographer. I use a Fuji XT3 most of the time, reserving my Nikon D750 for dance since I have a fast Nikon f2.8 70-200. I have had numerous local exhibitions, which encourage me to develop my photographic skills and not remain static.




Oliver Morton

Oliver Morton

Oliver ("Pete") lives in a suburb of Washington D.C. Although he does not recall when he first became fascinated with photography, he does remember his first camera and the experiences he enjoyed with it very fondly. Oliver was in 9th grade and was living in Taiwan. He was an army brat. He recalls that his best friend at the time was a young man named Chen Lung. Chen spoke very little English and Oliver spoke about the same amount of Mandarin. Carrying English/Mandarin dictionaries with them became their best way of communicating. But, this did not deter their friendship. Chen was eager to share the beauty of his country and wanted Oliver to experience it all. Oliver would capture all that he saw with his camera and still treasures the memories of their trips together through the mountains and into the cities of Taiwan.

Since his father was in the army, Oliver's family moved a great deal during his childhood. He got to experience life in Japan, Germany and Taiwan as well as numerous locations in the USA.

Oliver's advanced education was in physics and he worked at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for 48 years dealing with computing technologies and NIH medical research grants. Now that he has mostly retired he is able to devote much more time to photography.

Every aspect of photography fascinates Oliver. Today, with his Canon 5D Mark IV in hand, he shoots anything that triggers an emotional response in him. That ranges from candid portraits to beautiful landscapes and a variety of other subjects. To Oliver a key goal of his photographs is to instill the same feelings in the viewer that he had when he initially captured an image.

Oliver has been using Photoshop for a long time and on two occasions has been sponsored to travel to England to teach it. However, he feels there is a lot more he can learn about this full featured (and evolving) processing product. He is especially interested in learning how to enhance the feelings created by his pictures.




Mark Laussade

Mark Laussade

I am an avid amateur photographer currently living in Georgetown, Texas where I retired after a long career as a radiologist in Las Vegas, Nevada. My main interests lie in landscape, nature, and creative photography, but I'll shoot anything that strikes my fancy and see where it leads me. I am an avid student of the art and that is partly what brings me to PSA. Also, I want to widen my network of creative people.

I shoot primarily with a Canon 5D Mark IV, but also use a Fujifilm X-T2 when I want to pack lighter. I am a member of the North Austin Photographic Society.




Nick Muskovac, FPSA, MPSA

Nick Muskovac, FPSA, MPSA

Nick lives in Palm Harbor, Florida. He has been involved in photography for over 25 years. His work has been published in Popular Photography and Petersen's PhotoGRAPHIC Magazines. Nick has also published several articles in the PSA Journal and contributed images for the PSA Journal cover. He is a member of the Suncoast Camera Club in Clearwater, Florida. He is also the past Chairman and presently the Webmaster for the PSA-Central Florida Chapter and has given several Electronic Imaging programs for its members.

Nick has been a member of PSA since 1992. He enjoys entering the PSA International Exhibitions. He has his 7th Galaxy in Color Slides and 6 Galaxies in Nature and recently received his MPSA. He has 2 Galaxies in EID and over 2000 acceptances in PSA International Exhibitions.

Nick introduced Electronic Imaging International Exhibitions in the USA in 2002. Entry Forms and Images were sent ON-LINE via the Internet.

His Exhibition "SUNCOAST VIRTUAL" celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2011.

Nick's new love is 3-D. Nick also has earned 3 Stars in 3-D and wrote an article titled: "MAKING 3-D IMAGES", which was published in the PSA Journal, May-2011 Issue. He has given numerous Programs on Electronic Imaging at the PSA Conference, including one on PAINTER.

Nick volunteers much of his time to PSA. He wears many hats in EID:
Whos Who Director
Star Ratings Director
Creative Competition for Individuals Chairman
Image of the year competition Chairman

Email him at nmuskovac@tampabay.rr.com for information on how to apply for EID STARS.

Besides Electronic Imaging, Nick likes to photograph nature out west, and also takes advantage of the many bird species in his home state. He is an experimenter and loves to do Creative Electronic Imaging. Nick says he enjoys this phase of "Painting With Light" in his Computer Darkroom. Nick has been doing Electronic Imaging on the Computer since 1994. He is a Photoshop user who started with PS2.5 and has worked his way up through all the upgrades to his present version Photoshop CS5. Nick also uses the Software Program PAINTER to express his artwork.

Nick is an equipment nut, and here is some of his Electronic Imaging stuff:

Cameras: Canon 40D, Canon Rebel T2i, Canon 20D converted to an Infrared Camera, FUJIFILM FINEPIX REAL 3-D Digital Camera.
Computer: Dell 3.0GHZ Pentium 8 GB RAM; 1 TB Hard Drive; 24 inch LCD flat monitor. Two external 500 GB hard drives. Printers: Epson R1900 Ink Jet; HP Laser Jet P1102w; Dell 15" Laptop and Electronic Projector Mitsubishi XL5U used for his Electronic Imaging Exhibitions and Programs.




Richard Siersma

Richard Siersma

I have been interested in photography virtually all of my life, joining my father and older brother in their love of all things related to cameras when I was a small child.

In my 20’s, I was able to obtain a position as a studio photographer, but after a few years I had to find a better paying job to support my family. At that time, I embarked upon a career in information technology and communications with the U.S.Navy, retiring after 25 years of service.

I enjoy taking photos of all types of subjects, but my current interest is in Macro Photography which allows me to use my lenses, filters and tubes to discover normally unseen features of the natural world. My current cameras are the Nikon D500 and the D810.

I have been retired for a couple of years now and fortunately we have moved to a community that actively supports my three major interests: photography, pottery, and wood working. Moving to Sun City and joining the Photography Club enabled me to devote the desired amount of time to my pursuit of mastering the art of photography.

Rick Siersma