76-year-old man showcases passion for photography: Omaha Sunday Morning
12:54 PM, Nov 17, 2017
1:09 PM, Nov 17, 2017
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - For more than half a century, a Fremont man has turned a passion for photography into a business.
Richard Rader taught himself photography after getting hooked by finding old film in a drawer, he got his professional start photographing newborns at Fremont Hospital during the Vietnam War era. Since then, he has "really, really loved his work," according to his wife, Betty.
At 76, Rader continues to capture the images of everyday people, while also touching their hearts.
"Photography is amazing," he said. "And I just can't get enough of it."