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Tag Archives: black & white
Jeffrey with bent rods used to stake down the clam belts [see previous post] to the Gulf bottom.
Jeffrey at the end of the tumbler, checking for bad clams and ‘trash.’ What this photo does not convey is the incredible speed, agility and team work the whole process of clamming requires and which these guys have perfected. That … Continue reading
I designed and printed a smaller version [8.75 x 5.75 inches] of myWaterWomen trifold. I really think in this case smaller is better – I do love the seize and feel of it – it is a pleasure to hold … Continue reading
My friend MB – a very accomplished and successful photographer.
… …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
I am not getting out on the water enough to photograph my friends clamming and oystering. This is my friend Milinda a couple of years ago pulling clam bags off Cedar Key.
Well, I don’t know any of the stories, but there surely must be some good ones. This is one of the many ‘country’ gates I pass on my morning bicycle rides. They all look different and interesting…but their stories remain … Continue reading
….for me anyhow – it also works in black & white. Not quite sure why I am always surprised when it does. It was a little easier when I worked with b&w film only, there was no choice. Too many … Continue reading
I got off my bicycle to make this photo – it is ‘off the beaten path’ on the mainland. In 1861 the cross Florida railroad from Fernandina went this way, now it is just a disused spur off SR 24. … Continue reading
Forte Polywarm paper negative made with my Yashica TLR. As a guide I used an ISO [according to my ancient light meter] of 20. Obviously my subjects moved, but from the wall behind them one can see that the neg … Continue reading
I just received a note from Kelly Searle, the Founder & Editor in Chief at Liner Magazine, letting me know that photos and story from my WaterWomen portfolio will be in the next issue of the magazine, coming out on … 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….
Janice Coup in the kitchen of her famous and sorely missed Heron Restaurant.
The ‘Old Jiffy’ [convenience store] getting new floor tiles. I wonder how many broken OSHA rules are in this photo!?