just signed up tonight because there was a question I had that I couldn’t find the answer to so I thought I’d ask it here. I started shooting in high school on a Canon EF 35mm, and learned how to develop my own film. After high school I took a break (read: went to school, became an adult and started working) and forgot about photography. I met my wife and her military career brought us to Alaska. My stepfather was always into photography and always had Nikons. Throughout my late 20s and early 30s I would occasionally get his hand-me-downs when he upgraded and I would go through spurts when I got a new camera, but it never stuck. He passed away about 2ish years ago and I inherited all his Nikon stuff. It was older stuff like a D70 and a D80 and a bunch of the DX lenses. About 3 months ago I started shooting again and bought myself a D7500. I found that I remembered how much I enjoyed photography and started going online to read and get reacquainted. I started shooting landscapes and found myself going out after work and on days off more and more. I then got my wife into it and got her a D3500 as she had never owned a camera of her own and didn’t know the first thing about photography. She is not in week 4 of a 6ish week 1 on 1 beginning photography class with a great instructor, and she is loving it. While looking up photography related things online I came across the New York Institute of Photography and decided to take their Professional Photography course. I likes]d the structure of the lessons over going out and watching a bunch of YouTube videos. I just graduated 3 days ago and I decided to splurge and get myself a D850. Since I got the D850 my wife has taken over the D7500.. We just got orders to Japan and seeing I don’t speak Japanese, I am going to try my hand at photography as a full time gig. I hope to learn a bunch from this forum and I’ll see you all around!