“One Shot, One Kill.” This may sound like an unusual way to introduce an article about photography, and the title is probably stranger yet – almost like a plot for the next James Bond movie, if Bond carried a camera instead of his famous Walther PPK. Allow me to explain. I’m one year into my […]
About Bill Turri
Bill Turri lives in Ohio with his wife and sons. He first explored photography after graduating from high school, with a Pentax 35mm film camera, and dabbled in digital photography with a Canon DSLR after college. He’s returned to photography with a passion after discovering the Olympus OM-D cameras and the wide array of Micro Four-Thirds lenses. The compact size of MFT gear, and affordable prices, have allowed him to put together a very capable system at a very reasonable cost, small enough to have with him wherever he goes. His interests include travel, primarily to pursue outdoor activities, and his Olympus camera gear supports this lifestyle perfectly. Professionally he works as an engineering manager, supervising a university-affiliated group of about 70 researchers in the field of high-performance computing and image processing, and also works as a trainer and coach of emerging leaders within his organization.