About our member  Richard Hallmark


I took my first photographs using a box camera in 1955 at summer camp in the Shenandoah Valley. As I recall I had one roll of black and white film. One of my favorite subjects today is landscapes, with a special fondness for mountains, waterfalls, sunsets, and wildlife. Other favorites include cityscapes, and, of course, my grandchildren. An upcoming project with my spouse Margie, will be going through the drawers and boxes filled with color slides and both color and black and white prints. There are also negatives from when I had a darkroom. Last year I donated over 100 slides I had taken aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid in the late nineteen sixties, to the Intrepid Air Sea Space Museum moored in New York City.

 these are a few of his favorite images