salted paper prints

well after about a full day of curve design and some tweaks this morning, i finally got a curve that produces a fairly linear curve for salted paper prints.  the salted paper process was invented by William Henry Fox Talbot, known as The Father of Modern Photography, in 1833 while he was on his honeyContinue reading “salted paper prints”

my reflected self

the reflection in this shot is not photoshop trickery again.  this was a pool of still water that we found out at ringing rocks park.  the mirror like surface is just what came through the lens! shot on Ilford Delta 400, pushed to ISO 800.  1/8th of a second at f/5.6 if i recall.  scannedContinue reading “my reflected self”

Sarah Ellis – White

a few more frames from the series we did together.  i’ve shot other figures from this overhead perspective with lots of different textures and elements that i thought would add dimension and character to the images.  in almost every case this has worked exceedingly well and i’ve been most pleased with the images.  however, somethingContinue reading “Sarah Ellis – White”

Clay, Revisited

a while back i tried to work with a concept, using clay dissolved in water and applied to a model’s skin to produce texture.  and while i liked some of the results, i thought i could revisit it with my friend Stephanie Anne and get something fresh.  the results exceeded my expectations.  shot on IlfordContinue reading “Clay, Revisited”