My name is Don Sack. I live in Skytop, Pennsylvania with my beautiful wife, Dale, and our two cats, Rascal and Risque.
With camera always at hand, I am deeply involved in the photographic arts. Landscape, wildlife, florals, and still lifes are my favorite subjects.
Located in a place like Skytop with its abundant flora and fauna, along with some breathtaking scenery, offers one the opportunity to capture much of the beauty created by Mother Nature without leaving home base.
I have recently moved on from film photography to the delights of high quality digital imaging. This allows me the freedom to shoot more and get the results almost instantly with the help of the computer and Photoshop. I have been a member of "The National Association of Photoshop Professionals" for over five years.
Digital imaging, along with my imagination, has led me to produce abstract designs made from photos I have taken, captured in our natural surroundings.
Photo restoration is another fascination of mine. I love to bring old and not so old photos back to life. All work is done digitally on the computer so the original print is not disturbed.
Please feel free to visit my web site www.DonSackPhotography.com for more information or visit http://skytopian.smugmug.com for more images. Zazzle and Smugmug are my two favorite photo sites. If you decide that you like Smugmug as much as I do and would like to join the fun, just follow these easy instructions and get started. You can save on a smugmug subscription! It's simple: just enter my email address ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or this coupon #:( iambgEik83UzY ) in the 'Referred by' field on the signup form (Important: Don't enter any other information, such as my name. Just my email address or coupon).
Thanks for vistiting my gallery. I hope you like what you see and come back often.
To answer your question, I'm a HUGE fan of folk art, and it is one of my favorite hobbies.... making the rounds at folk art festivals and collecting my favorite pieces. My collection is pretty big! I also started collecting folk art crosses when I lived in New Mexico for a short spell, and I've got an entire wall in my house covered with them. Its fun to remember where I was, and with whom I was with, when I look at each piece. :)