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David Fields is a Writer, Photographer and Computer Consultant. He joined the US Air Force in 1976, serving as an Avionics technician and instructor on the F-15A and B as well as providing avionics training for the F-111 and F-16A and B aircraft. After leaving the Air Force, David used his military experience to provide services for an FBO in Chattanooga, Tennesse, then moving on to become a Purchasing Agent for a major manufacturer in the city. He currently resides somewhere in the central Atlantic region, enjoying his photography and his Jeep while continuing to write for publication.
David purchased his first computer, an Apple ][, in 1979 and is now on his 9th Apple computer as well as having built and operated several PCs using the various versions of Windows. His experience has allowed him to provide personal consulting services for individuals as well as learning and understanding the similarities and differences between the Macintosh and Windows operating systems.
His photography experience goes all the way back to his early college days, gaining instruction and experience in the use of Single Lens Reflex cameras including processing and printing of slides and negatives. He uses his prior training now in digital photography, constantly studying to improve both his skills and his composition. His latest efforts have been focused on capturing fireworks with all the color and glory they provide, something most photographers seem to miss. Some of his images are viewable at www.foxtrotphotographics.com.
In 1986, David started writing short stories and novels based on characters he created in role-playing games. His early efforts were primitive at best, though with instruction and long effort have become worthy of publication–at least through the Internet. One of his characters is very well known at certain websites and others have been seen elsewhere. These characters and their stories can be found at http://saudu.net.