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Category Archives: portrait
Diane on the lower Suwannee River at the wheel of her tour boat. 
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
This afternoon I finally got around to taking some prints to Jeanine at her oyster-house. Over the years/decades that I have photographed her, either at her oyster-house or out on the water, I have never seen her not at work … Continue reading
photo by: Peter Lindbergh Just a short aside. This is the kind of photo I am missing. It is by Peter Lindbergh from the current issue of W – I breath a sigh of relief. Too many times I find … 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….
Taking a kitchen break…..
Print of MB from the portrait suite on my web site. I thought I would go ahead and ever so often post some of the photos here, and perhaps some of you will be interested and look at more of … Continue reading
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
…working, as always! [Holga & Neopan 400]
I have finally managed, or think I have, to incorporate a full screen slide show into my website. It has been a heck of a ride, and I still do not understand anything about the jQuery Library and how to … Continue reading
Just now I received an email from Kelly Searle, the Editor in Chief at Liner Magazine, letting me know that photos and text from my WaterWomen work will be featured in an upcoming issue of the magazine. This is immensely … Continue reading