Ted Jerome has had a lifelong interest in photography. He shot in several film formats, mostly 35mm, and developed the film and printed in his darkroom through the 1970s. It wasn't until the early years of the digital revolution that his interest was set on fire, though, with a *one* megapixel Ricoh camera! As soon as better models became available, he moved up to them, leaving the Nikon CoolPix models behind for their dSLRs. Most recently, he switched to mirrorless Fuji cameras.