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All About Daniel Sach of Sachphotography

Daniel is the guy that sees things for what they are. He takes things at face value. The irony of that fact is his passion for photography. For him Photography is seeing what others do not see; finding the hidden art that can only be brought to life by how he captures it. If he were to say his love for photography started on any specific day of his life, there would not be a way to pinpoint it. The Photography bug was not developed but rather passed down.

Daniel’s Grandfather, Robert Sach,was a photographer in the United States Air Force. He loved his hobby. Even more so he loved that he could get paid to do what he loved. Sometime over the next few years he passed down his well used camera, a 1966 Canon FT, to Daniel’s father, Keith Sach. Along with the camera he passed on his love and passion for creating pictures. Though Daniel’s father did not have the time to devote to it, he still utilized the camera often.

Sometime around 1997, Daniel found himself digging around the hall closet, and stumbled across that old camera. From that day on he constantly found himself looking for ideas for things to photograph. Through the years he found himself dabbling in various forms of photography from wide angle scenic photos, to astrophotography. Daniel often finds that when he sees something, he is the only one that truly sees the beauty it hold……………

2 responses

  1. Asyraf Akmal

    Hi Mr. Sach. I’ve been following all your photographic works and for me, all of them are very very good. anyway, I’m a newbie in this DSLR / photography world. I planned to buy a new DSLR for myself, and I require an opinion and some answers from the experienced person; like you are. In my mind right now, I planned to buy either Canon 500D or Nikon 3100D. In your opinion, which one is better to buy, in terms of value for money. Is it important for a camera to have a high megapixel? or the best shoots come from the type of lenses, rather than the features that camera body promised. What will the wide angle conversion does? does it means I don’t have to buy the wide angle lense, if i use the conversion?

    All your answers and opinions are very useful for me. I really appreciate it.


    November 14, 2010 at 5:31 am

  2. Sara Sach


    posh Pooch Designs

    November 30, 2010 at 9:27 pm

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