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Dogwood by Don Johnson
Inside by Don Johnson
Pink Tulip Profile by Don Johnson
Side View Tulip by Don Johnson
Inside a Tulip by Don Johnson
Male Lion-DC by Don Johnson
Cheetah-DC by Don Johnson
Fishing Cat-DC by Don Johnson
Red Panda-DC by Don Johnson
Daffodil at National Zoo by Don Johnson
Lion-Male by Don Johnson
Cherry Tree by Don Johnson
WNC Capitol Abstract by Don Johnson
Fab Anemone by Don Johnson
Abstract in Color by Don Johnson
Lone Cathedral Window by Don Johnson
A Silver Fish by Don Johnson
Red Flower Back by Don Johnson
Abstract WNC Glass by Don Johnson
Blue by Don Johnson
Grandson at Two by Don Johnson
Small Pink Hibiscus by Don Johnson
WNC Window by Don Johnson
Window Light at WNC by Don Johnson
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About Don Johnson
I have been a serious amateur photographer since the mid-1980s. I first learned the basic elements of photographic design, composition, and equipment taking a photography course while in college, back in the “dark ages” when everything was done manually and film was the only way to produce an image. After graduation in 1971, I pursued other important activities such as career building and raising a family, but I always maintained an avid interest in photography.
In the mid-1980’s, I returned to the hobby of photography on a more serious basis. My wife reignited my interest in the activity after giving me a new camera one year for the holidays. Much to her chagrin, this stimulated further photography equipment purchases, but also inspired me to produce better images.
Over the years, I have had a number of my photographs published. In February 1997, Popular Photography, billed as “the world’s largest imaging magazine,” selected one of my photographs for their “Your Best Shot” column. I have also produced cover photographs for The AOPA Pilot magazine and Ballooning: The Journal of the Ballooning Federation of America. I also had three of my images published in the fall 2006 issue of Nature’s Best magazine, one of which appeared on the cover of the issue. Another photograph in the issue was selected as the top “Zoo and Aquarium” photograph of the year. The winning “Zoo and Aquarium” image, along with another image from the publication, were displayed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History between November 2006 and October 2007. I have also been published in Zoogoer, a publication for the Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ). I have appeared a number of times in Photoshop Elements Techniques magazine, a publication devoted to educating users of this excellent computer software program, my primary digital editing software.
Over the years, I have won a number of awards in various local photography competitions and have had a number of my images displayed in various locations in the DC area. I have also won numerous awards at BetterPhoto.com, an online photography community that receives upwards of 15,000 photo submissions a month for their monthly photo contest. I am also very proud of the fact that I have sold a number of my photographs to people I don’t even know!
I am a past President of the Gaithersburg Camera Club in Gaithersburg, Maryland and a former President of the Frederick Camera Clique, a photography club located in Frederick Maryland. In addition to maintaining my active membership in these two clubs, I am also a current member of the Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ) Photography Club in Washington, D.C. I have spoken at most of the photo clubs in the DC area, suburban Maryland, and northern Virginia.
I use Nikon equipment and I am currently exploring the world of digital photography with a Nikon D300 digital camera. I love to travel and always take my camera when I go. I especially enjoy taking photographs of zoo animals, flowers, sunsets/sunrises, famous places, and producing digital artwork using my images and a computer. For me, photography is a life long hobby — one that I plan on enjoying until I can no longer push the shutter release button.
I am retired from the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, an organization located in Arlington, Virginia, as the Association’s Director of Market Research. I also worked for many years at the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association.
My family seems to think that most of my money goes to fund my photography “addiction,” but that is not really true — or at least I think it’s not really true. Lately, I’m afraid to check.
I live in Gaithersburg Maryland with my wife. I have three grown children.