Photography and audio recording... a synergy of art and science.
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Our name combines pixel -- the basic element of a digital image -- and wave (or .wav) -- a standard format for digital audio recordings.


Tim FussTim's photo

Formerly a camera design engineer at the Eastman Kodak Company, Tim is well versed in photographic technology and photo science. He began in photography at age 8 and soon built a home darkroom to pursue amateur photography. Through various clubs, classes and self study, he learned both B&W and color processing. He continued to college at Michigan Technological University with courses in photography and optics.

Moving to Rochester, Tim continued to expand his capabilities with company training and Kodak Camera Club courses and various competitions. He has achieved first prize and "Best of Show" in multiple categories. He is a current member and past president of The Photographic Historical Society with 24 years experience collecting and using cameras from antique to state-of-the-art. He has continued coursework with the Genesee Center for the Arts and Education.

"Photography and music have been dominant forces in my life. Fortunately, the career change prompted by Kodak's re-organization has allowed me the opportunity to pursue the expression of both art and science through photography and audio recording. In the past three and a half years, I've captured over 30,000 images!"

"How may I help you look good today?"

Tim Fuss

UPDATE! Digital photography now captured with a Canon 5D Mark II camera (21.1 megapixel), numerous Canon lenses, White Lightning and Bowens studio lighting, Photoflex light modifying equipment, Silverlake hand-painted muslin backdrops, edited with Photoshop CS2 software and printed on Canon inkjet. Pixelwave also maintains the ability to shoot in several film formats using cameras and lenses by Canon, Leica, Bronica and many others.

Digital Multi-track audio recording captured with a wide variety of microphones (Shure, Audio Technica, Electrovoice, Sennheiser, AKG, Rode, Carvin, M-Audio, Altec and more) into an M-Audio ProjectMix I/O console and Octane preamplifier connected to a DAW laptop running ProTools M-Powered 7.