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I just ran across this old ‘Business Catalyst’ website I had built on a trial version of the program I had gotten from Adobe. Nothing on the web ever goes away. Now that Adobe is going to ‘cloud’ all its … Continue reading
A reminder, from my archives, that there is so much interesting work to be made with the simplest of tools; a pinhole photo from a film negative, in this case.
…done more of them, pinhole exposures that is. A couple of decades or ago, when I tried my first pinhole exposure, I used a Quaker Oatmeal box with which to make the camera, using enlarging paper to make a paper … Continue reading
This morning, before packing up my pinhole camera, I was able to go down to the darkroom and load the camera and make the last exposure I needed for my Every Building…series. Unlike all the other exposures which were done … Continue reading
I made this exposure this morning. I finally reached the western end of 2nd Street; still one more building to photograph, it is a modest one story residence, but has a big vehicle parked in front of it. From the … Continue reading
There is some fascinating pinhole camera wet plate work by S. Gayle Stevens on the oneonethousand blog. I highly recommend you go check it out. I think this is the first time that I have seen the combination of wet … Continue reading
Just a reminder that life is like that at times, gritty and utterly incomprehensible. Reflections of piling in water. [SLR, 50mm lens, Neopan 1600] ================ And don’t forget, Sunday is worldwide pinhole day!!!
This is truly the first house on the east end of 2nd Street [our Main Street]. It is really interesting how much the history of Cedar Key is reflected in this collection of pinhole photographs. They span a period of … Continue reading
This morning I had planned on going for a short – 6 mile – bicycle ride before settling down and doing another paper negative exposure. However, the clouds you see in the triptych below brought with them a cold front … Continue reading