Photography by Lou Cioccio

About Me

 

I have been fortunate to photograph the late Milton Friedman for WQLN "Free to Choose" in 1980.

 

The renowned Erie Cardiologist Dr. George D'Angelo hired my services to photograph the late Luciano Pavarotti when he sang at the magnificent Warner Theater. WQLN hired me again later in the 1980's to photograph the Tonight Shows' music director Doc Severinson with the Erie Philharmonic.

 

I started learning the art of photography through the personal tutoring of the late New Jersey Photographer Francis V. Koemple. Later in 1970 I completed a Photography course through the GI Bill from the School of Modern Photography of New York City.

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Luciano Pavarotti

 

The image was originally taken with a Mamyia C330 twin lens reflex camera hand held in available light. Luciano was on stage tuning with the piano. Film was Vericolor Professional ASA 100.

 

Doc Severinson

 

The image was taken with a Nikon FM and 43-86mm Nikkor lens again hand held available light. He was directing at rehearsal in the Warner. Film was Vericolor Professional ASA 100.

Photo Safari's are sponsored, by Computer Users of Erie.

 

If interested in attending a Photo Safari in the Erie area let us know.

 

These are FREE but like anything FREE we would like you to see if Computer Users of Erie can help you and maybe join one of the longest continual running computer club.

 

Besides just computers we have several Special Interest Groups.

 

Genealogy, Beginners Users of computers, Digital Photography, Macintosh and Windows, we meet at a General Meeting 10 times a year and Special Interest Groups meet either in private homes (RSVP) and on Photo Safaris. Click on the this link.

Copyright 2017 by Lou Cioccio