Richard Schramm has been taking pictures for forty years, but until his retirement he was unable to devote his full attention to photography.  Now he is able to put his eye to a viewfinder nearly every day, and with the help of courses at Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies he has framed some interesting shots.  Portfolios of his work have appeared online in the The Oxford American’s “Eyes on the South” series and in South x Southeast Photomagazine.  Recently, his photos were part of a two-artist exhibition at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, NC.  His images have been featured in exhibitions throughout the United States and at the Glasgow Museum of Photography in Scotland and the LoosenArt Gallery in Rome.

Equipment:  Sony A6000 Mirrorless Camera with an E 3.5-5.6 PZ 16-50 lens