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‘Best’ of 2012

Here on the last day of 2012 I have compiled a ‘Best’ of reel (I use the term ‘best’ loosely) These images represent my creative journey this year, and while I may have shot better work, these are some of my favorites. Click on an image to enter the slide show and enjoy…they are in approximately the following order…compositions, disco-tec, studio portrait, location portrait, critters…

FujiChrome Hunting

As I have alluded to in (many) previous posts, I loves me some FujiChrome and I love putting it through my Yashica Mat 124-G. After a long and arduous journey, I have finally developed and processed a few rolls that were kicking around the studio since summer-time. Hit the link to see the rest and discover a whole new world of color. As always, click the photos to see a larger version… Continue reading

Holy Grain Structure Batman…

I like to keep you, my loyal friends and followers, updated on at least a weekly basis as to what is going on here. Sometimes my posts have a theme sometimes it is just a compilation of images, either way I like to share what I have been up to lately. Even if it isn’t portfolio work (and a lot isn’t) I shoot constantly, click the link to see some film recently developed and scanned…

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More FujiChrome

I love the smell of FujiChrome in the morning…what may be bordering on an obsession, I present to you my droogies a few more rolls of glorious FujiChrome slides. Shot in and around Long Beach Calif. the following images involve a lot of compositions, transitions in solar illumination and most importantly, colors…

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I Loves Me Some FujiChrome

I have been really enjoying shooting some 120mm FujiChrome Provia that was given to me by Dr. Gene Balzer, the retired head of the NAU photography program. We frequent the same coffee shop here in Flagstaff and one day he showed up with a large bag full of various 120mm color film. I gave some to my friend/colleague Andrew Paffrath and kept the rest.

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Power-lines in a Square Frame

After sending a roll of color slide film to be developed, I loaded my camera with some plain old silver halide film and shot for the next two afternoons.

I was interested in seeing how I could compose power-lines in the square frame, so began my weekend…

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Slide Film and Other Distractions

As the title implies and as I have alluded to in the previous post on this blog, I have found a new love for slide film…

I have been distracted in other ways too (new glass for my Nikon), but 120mm Fujichrome is just so cool.

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Just Another Roll

Another roll of 120 from a recent excursion to MooMesa just outside Kingman, Ariz. Shot on my Yashica Mat 124G digitized using my slide-copier style diy film scanner and processed using Nix Software’s Silver Effects 2 photoshop plug in…Hit the link for more silver halide fun…

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What I have been doing with my summer vacation…

Actually the title of this post is somewhat misleading. If you keep up with this blog you already know some of what I have been up to this summer; however, I have finally gotten past my negative digitizing roadblock and have a backlog of images for your viewing pleasure…

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