So, who the heck am I? And what is it that makes me qualified to give photography advice?
Well my name is Chris William Williams and I’m sure we’re already off to a memorable start, eh? Photography kinda runs in my veins (not like a radioactive spider, unfortunately 🕷) because my parents both worked at Kodak back when it was a leader in the industry.
Born and raised in (Buffalo) Bills country, 🏈 I went on to dabble in film photography as a kid on into high school–always hijacking the “family camera” on trips and holidays. It wasn’t until college I bought my own digital camera and proceeded to switch careers from 3rd Grade Teacher to wannabe photographer!
Since then my work has gotten into art galleries, magazines, book covers, interviews, and my favorite: career day at the Rochester City High School. ❤️ Even better than that though, has been the tens of thousands of photographer’s problems I’ve diagnosed, treated and solved over the last four years. Whether they’re a new parent looking to take better pictures of their kids or National Geographic photographers stopping by to check out the latest tech. I’ve learned so much more by answering questions than I ever could have just working on my own photography and equipment.
So, now that you know my “secret” identity, 📷🤓 do you have any questions you need answered or know someone who does? Ask me anything about photography in a message, or tag your photographer-friend to let them know. My name is Chris, and I want to be helpful to you. ❤️👍