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Category Archives: film photography
Lately, I have been going through my old negatives, in a very unorganized sort of way. I do not have all my 3-ring binders that hold contact sheets and negatives, in one place. What I discovered was that there are … Continue reading
Diana and her sister wrestling a large and very heavy bag of clams onto their bird-dog in 2004. Diana’s boat was one of the earler ones to adopt the cut-out transom which made it far easier to get the … Continue reading
Cleaning up, I ran across this print of MB which was done a couple of decades or so ago. It is about 7×11 inches printed on warmtone Agfa fiber paper. Aside from the fact that I really like the portrait, … Continue reading
An interesting discussion concerning photographing people in the digital age going on over at Daniel Milnor’s excellent blog SMOGRANCH.
Polly in The Gallery….
The ‘Old Jiffy’ [convenience store] getting new floor tiles. I wonder how many broken OSHA rules are in this photo!?
Cathy and Glenda at Annie’s Cafe, Glenda’s restaurant. As I mentioned on this blog before, when working, Glenda moves like ‘greased lightening’ and photographing her with a manual everything film camera was a challenge for me.
Taking a kitchen break…..
If anybody would care to look, my portrait pages are up on my website. Comments/feed-back would be greatly appreciated.
You can see my work-in-progress portrait webpages here. Right now they are driving me absolutely batty! I can’t get the image spacing the way I want it. I am working with Dreamweaver and when I place the images in a … Continue reading
My submission to the Xonica Portrait Contest. I made this portrait of Diana by a window at our Arts Center. It’s one of the few times that I used T-Max 3200. The grain is pretty pronounced, but I think it … Continue reading
Covering the 1988 Plymouth World Boardsailing Championship for a sailing magazine in Ft. Lauderdale. Sorry, but I don’t remember the name of the woman sailor. I have not seen a lot of windsurfing going on these days. Is it still … Continue reading
…working, as always! [Holga & Neopan 400]