Mark Brenner

Mark Brenner

Bio:  am one of those people who started with a Brownie camera when I was in elementary school.  Growing up and ultimately becoming a professor, I used photography to record family events and travel.  As a professor, my photography was used for lectures and seminars, and record research activities.  Upon retirement, I have actually been working on improving my photographic skills.  Since joining the Reno Photo Club in 2008 I have acquired a greater understanding about composition, photo techniques, and post-processing.  Interacting with other photographers has been invaluable.  Having been a bit of a computer junkie from the early 80s. I now have become quite involved with postprocessing software.

Favorite Gear: Bodies: Olympus OD E-M1X, & OD E-MII;  Lens: Olympus 12-100 mm F4; Olympus 7-14mm F2.8; Olympus 40-150 mm F 2.8; Olympus 60 mm F2.8 Macro; Panasonic Leica 100-400 mm F4.0-6.3

Types of Photography: Landscape, Wildlife, Travel, Wildflowers, Family

RPC Role: Chair Projected Images

Photographic Affiliations: Reno Photo Club, Photographic Society of America