Robin Diane Goldstein

Hi! I've been a photographer since my dad got me a plastic 127 camera, a developing tank, chemicals and some contact printing paper... in the more than 40 years since I've owned Kowas, Konicas, Minoltas, Olympuses (Olympii?), Nikons, Canons, Sonys, and a couple of Apple Quicktake cameras (I'm sure I'm leaving out at least 4 or 5 others). I've shot yearbooks, weddings, bar mitzvahs, birthdays, graduations, and gatherings of all kinds. Some things I've learned by instruction. Some things I've learned by making huge mistakes. Neither method replaces the other. These days I shoot strictly digital, having finally sold my Nikon 35mm system a few years ago, and trading my enlarger for a copy of Photoshop. My current tools are a couple of Canon DSLR bodies and a Panasonic ZS3/TZ7, cause the best camera is the one you have with you. In addition to photography I'm also a comedian and talk-radio host. You can listen to my co-hosts and I on our weekly 2hr show at Thanks for stopping by.