Taking his best shot at natural wonders

Ferrero, Kathleen
September 2004
Airman;Sep2004, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p10
This article focuses on the photographs of technical sergeant Cory Kittle. His interest in photography exploded, and he began photographing weddings and working odd jobs to earn extra money. Later, he bought $20,000 worth of camera equipment, and the investment paid off. He took photographer of the year in two state photo clubs for three straight years. Encouraged by the recognition, he posted his photos on the Internet, and nationally known photographer George Barnett discovered his potential.


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