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Charles Keller (Mr. Color and Texture) had his first photographic experience during a course in Journalism school. His career in television included film productions of sporting events, original dramas for TV distribution, and documentaries. He worked for Capital Cities Broadcasting which later acquired the ABC TV network. The first camera he used was a Rollei. Later he switched to a 35 mm SLR and the quieter, more serene environments of nature photography.
   
Ray Turner (aka Old Man of the Mountains) began taking photographs of the Southwest at the age of 12. He has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and worked as a software engineer at the NASA Johnson Space Center building computer models and expert systems for over 20 years before starting his own company in 1988.

Regardless of the season, Ray can be found enjoying the outdoors with a load of camera gear on his back. His favorite destinations are the lesser known, more out-of-the-way recesses in the mountains and canyons of the Four Corners area. An expert with Adobe PhotoShop, Ray insists on photographic honesty and disdains manipulation and over enhancement of photographs

   
Barbara Lawson (patient and persistent) got her first SLR camera in 1973 to take astrophotographs while in college. In addition to taking photographs, Barbara has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and has written flight software for the F-16, built communication networks and automated small manufacturing businesses. She builds the database applications that help manage San Juan Images.

Barbara's favorite photographic subjects are mountain wild flowers and vistas containing mountain streams, lakes and flowers. An avid hiker, her camera, tripod and an assortment of lenses are always present. Her latest joy is a foot-powered lake kayak which keeps her camera in her hands.

   
Karen Keller (the rock in our foundation) is new to the field of photography. Karen previously expressed her spiritual and artistic side in caring for others, gardening, and needlework. On a retirement trip to the Four Corners Karen fell in love with God's handiwork in the majestic mountains and expansive canyonlands and with the mystery of the Ancestral Puebloans. Panorama photography satisfies her desire "to capture it all."
   
Lisa Keller (youth and exuberance) began a serious interest in photography at the age of 18 when she acquired her first SLR camera. Her master's degree is in music and she works professionally as a pianist, a vocal coach, and a recital accompanist. Opera singers benefit from her help with all the details of their craft, including foreign language translation and pronunciation, musical style, and interpretation of character and poetry. Her free time is spent enjoying many of the arts, photography in particular.
 
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