Randall Warniers

Originally trained in mathematics and physics, Randall Warniers was seduced away from science by the pleasures of literature, cinema, and photography. He wrote computer graphics software for several years, and then spent nearly two decades as managing editor of a research journal at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. During this time he indulged his passion for street photography, French cinema, Victorian novels, and European travel. A former student of Garry Winogrand, he is happiest when he and his Nikon camera are in hot pursuit of decisive moments. A photography instructor at the Cambridge Center since 1986, he currently teaches "Mastering Digital Photography" and "Digital Photography for the Traveler."

Website: warniers.net

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