You could see the sand bar encircling the island. It was a white curved line and if you weren’t paying attention you’d run aground.
It was early in the day, I was walking the path. The sun was in the sky, the water and wind were welcoming me. The path was soggy, it must
I visited the island and was there. I had memories on my mind of past experiences and used a box camera to record the time spent as I walked on
For a few months I have been posting images to my instagram feed that I put (reimagined landscape) in part of the description. I began putting these words next to
well, as seen by my last entry i was able to get it to work a couple of weeks ago so i attempted yesterday to do it again. so inbetween
im back at attempting to making direct postive reversals again. there have been a number of different ways to do these over the years, some use toxic chemistry ( sulfuric
ive traced my roots in photography, to the 1920s i think. my values seem to revolve around people like the dadaists and rusian constructavists and surrealists more than the new traditionalists
just a taste of what i have been doing lately. it includes using a cyclone #3 and empire state … as usual, i have been off the beaten path, i
this first prints were made by a digital overhead transparancy at my local copy shop originally it was a digital files taken in a snow storm at a local park.
its been a while since i made the emulsion i wrote about here but that isn’t to say it hasnt been on my mind since a year ago january. i’ve been
a couple of days ago i was making some more cyanotypes i loaded up some contact frames with waxed negatives to see if i could get a better print than i did
i thought i posted a link to this but i guess it got away from me. i was interviewed by emulsive.org a little while ago about film and emulsion and
this is a hand tinted image of a tree &c down the road from me. it was made with either a 8×10 or 11×14 paper negative, i can’t remember which one,
if you have been reading my last few posts you probably know i have been making cyanotypes. what happened was i mixed a bunch of cyanotype chemistry and rather than
i’m no expert in this field, i’ve had fun making waxed negatives on and off for a few years. it can be a messy job and it might not work out