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Frank Crommelin, EPSA

EPSA_Gallery_Portrait_Frank-Crommelin-EPSA-resized.jpgFrank Crommelin has enjoyed photography since he was 11 years old, right after World War II. He began with a Kodak Hawkeye 127 camera. At age 15, he was inspired by a picture of Grand Central Station, New York, taken late in the day with shafts of light coming through the windows. It was then that he knew that photography was more than taking pictures - it was an artform.

While in the Army in the late 1950s, Frank was assigned to Ft. Huachuca in the Arizona Signal Corp. During that time he was able to enlarge and enhance his love of photography.

Frank is a member of several camera clubs in New Jersey and Florida. He has been a member of PSA since 2006 and earned his PPSA in 2010 and his EPSA in 2013.

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Medieval Knights
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Spooky
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Rango
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Whistle Stop
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Guenon Monkey
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Plenty of Time

All images © Frank Crommelin