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I finally was able to get some prints to Jeanine, who runs the only oysterhouse in Cedar Key, and persuade her to take a couple of minutes from shucking oysters to let me do a portrait. As I have noted … Continue reading
I have realized that the funkiness of the lumen process allows me to use some of my more funky images and so I am having a good converting them to lumen prints. A different paper this time! [Digital neg contact … Continue reading
Jeanine [oystergirl] who runs an/the oysterhouse in Cedar Key. The negative for this was quite thin and probably more suited to a Cyanotype print. To me, the versatility of the digital negative is astounding and a wonderful addition to my … Continue reading
Working on updating my web site, I ran across this photo of my friend Mary Beth which was taken in her Tallahassee studio about seven years ago. I had never processed it before, and am quite happy with this black … Continue reading
For the ‘back-story’ see my previous post below.
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
My friend MB – a very accomplished and successful photographer.
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.
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
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
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