These are some of Dan's favorite images:
Dan has a very eclectic taste in subject matter.
Dan Hall bought his first “real” camera when he was 15 years old — a folding camera made by Agfa that produced two-and-a-quarter by three-and-a-quarter negatives on roll film. He’s been doing photography ever since.
In the late 1960s he graduated to a good-quality Canon 35 mm. For many years he carried that wherever he went, using it mostly for street photography when an opportunity arose. These days he sorely misses film, yet recognizes the advantages of digital and shoots with a Pentax K-50. He no longer does much street photography, but insteadtries to come up with ideas for a particular subject or a theme (often with the help of the Photographers Guild) and then tries to make it work.