About Noah Clark
Here's a few recent photos of me from this blog. Most of them will be selfies with Katie since I don't take a lot of portraits of just myself.
I am a Mechanical engineer for BluePrint Automation where I design robotic automation equipment for the food packaging industry. From time to time I might get the opportunity to post some work related photos, but most of what you'll see on this blog is about what I do in my free time.
About my Photography
My Camera Equipment:
Canon 50mm f/1.8 Prime Lens
Canon 16mm f/2.8 Prime Lens
Canon RF 100-400mm f5.6-8 Telephoto Lens
My Photography Background:
I have been interested in photography for 20 years. I got my first camera for my 14th birthday, and it wasn't very powerful, so I outgrew it pretty quickly. But because I was younger, I didn't have any money to get anything better. About one and a half years later, I had figured out how much I loved photography so I started learning HTML and basic website coding and created this website. One month after that, I got my second camera for Christmas in 2007, a Canon PowerShot A530. Since getting that camera, I wanted something more than a small pocket-sized camera, so I bought a Cannon PowerShot SX10 IS a year later. I bought it mainly for the nice 20X zoom. Displeased with that camera quickly, because of poor image quality (it was simply too grainy), I got my third camera. Right before going to Houston, Texas for a NASA Internship in 2009, I bought my Cannon Rebel T1I, which I bought in advance from the money I knew I would be getting from the internship. I kept that camera for nearly 7 years until I got a real job out of college working as a field applications engineer for Wolf Robotics. Right before the summer really started in 2015, I bought my Canon T6S. That camera served me well until Spring of 2023 when I got my first full frame camera and first miroless camera: the Canon R8.
My photo blog has been running for 16 years (started in December 2007). I have gone through about four or five different designs, and every time it gets more and more professional, along with the photography.
About My Photography:
I mainly take pictures of scenery around where I live. Whether that's a hike and I'm immersed in the mountains, or just on a walk around town. I’m not all that into taking pictures of people, but something I’d be willing to do if you want to be my subject!