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My small book The Colors Of Clamming is for sale by Peecho, the printer in Amsterdam who printed my copy. Clicking on the above image will take you to their site where you can order the book in several different … Continue reading
… …to say how long I have been working on and off on this tri-fold project. A couple of days ago I finished this, the first complete proof. As I have noted before, I stole the design from a Chanel … Continue reading
Driving back from Tallahassee Monday night, we stopped for fine dining, bathrooms, and driver exchange at Burger King in Perry, as usual. As we rolled into Cross City, Wyeth suddenly pulled off the road beside the Cypress Restaurant, skilfully avoiding … Continue reading
On the Keyshore boat off Cedar Key, Gulf of Mexico.
The Keyshore bird-dog off Cedar Key, Gulf of Mexico.
Landing the Clam Boogie.
Yesterday morning I went out with the crew of the Clam Boogie for the first time.It was a big deal for me because it was my first trip out with one of our clam boats in a long time. The … Continue reading
I ran across this instructional video on how to make a folio box. The approach really appeals to me and I am planning on making some of these for my Cyanotype prints. In order not to lose this video, I … Continue reading
Well, I did it and went live with my ‘photo store’ and the sale of the book’s 1st edition. I used the services of an outfit called bigcartel to build my on-line store. They offer a range of options for … Continue reading
While working away on my book, I ran across this documentary on Netflix. I have long admired books published by Steidl, and even have a few. Not only does the film give you a good idea what all is involved … Continue reading
It is hard for me to believe that it took me this long to make them, and that is only the front covers. I have not done the backs. Actually I made more covers than this but managed to get … Continue reading
While it is certainly a joy to make a nice print, it is even more fun passing it on to the person in the photograph. So, over coffee and a bagel we talked about the photo – of course, we … Continue reading
This is a double experiment. I wanted to see what one of my landscapes looked like as a Cyanotype, and to make it even more interesting, I picked a pinhole original. This one was made with a Zero 2000 pinhole … Continue reading
The original of this is a digital photo I made with my Canon G-10. A couple of years ago I made a contact print from the image on matte fiber paper, using a digital negative. This one is from a … Continue reading