By Karl Edwards
Shooting both in film and in digital keeps it interesting for me. Mixing it up is fun and it keeps me from becoming dull with photography; which can happen to any photographer. I do make more photos in digital than with film because it's easier.
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More About Me
In my mid-twenties I took the opportunity to travel to destinations such as The Netherlands, Russia, Uzbekistan, India, and Germany. My favorite country in Europe is The Netherlands. It's a beautiful place to visit and to live. In my travels I learned to greatly appreciate diversity in language, culture, and history.
My travels have also taken me to Belgium, England, France, and Hawaii. :)
Since 1988 I have lived in the Charlotte, NC area, except for the three years I lived in The Netherlands. The Queen City is beautiful and I enjoy it.
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- Garden of LifeTerritory Manager, 2008 - present
- Threshold EnterprisesTerritory Manager, 2001 - 2008
- Hearst CorporationAudit Associate, 1997 - 2001
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