Denny Wilkins

Denny Wilkins bought his first camera, a Minolta SR1-s, mail order from Japan in 1964. He still has it, and it still works.

Denny has worked as a sports photographer and a landscape and architectural photographer … and learned to take photographs of very small things by shooting catalog shots of screws, nuts, and bolts. (An X-ray of his brain would look similar.)

Denny is an ardent fan of Vittorio Sella and Bradford Washburn.

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