i recently revisited a few images from a session i did with a friend Olivia. we spent an few minutes at a workshop i was teaching working with a very simple lighting setup. a single, large softbox over head and close to the wall where Olivia was posing. when i went to finish these images,Continue reading “rockin’ the low contrast”
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a little while ago i ventured back into the darkroom armed with some new ideas for tweaking my palladium printing techniques. i wasn’t happy with the prints that i’d made before. there were issues with clearing the prints and the density of the blacks wasn’t exactly where i wanted it to be. i’d read onContinue reading “Palladium 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”
Your sunshine eyes always end in lies. Model: Katlyn
bending these brilliant beams and when i remember when it was a time and you still missed me like strawberries miss rain
intimacy of the portrait
rare moments happen when you have a camera and someone has opened up to you, given over their trust, and allowed you to capture a piece of themselves that just seems so complete and pure. thanks, olivia.
A Late Spring Afternoon
a cool breeze blows in and mingles with the warmth of the afternoon sun. memories of you drift in and out of my lazy afternoon.
wow, been a bit too long since my last post. i finally took some time for myself to catch up on some things that i’ve been meaning to do. the Wet Transfer workshop was a wonderful success and i’d really like to share this process with more people. for now we’re working on details ofContinue reading “recent developments”
Restored Prison, Chambersburg, PA
With the help of some friends Chuck Armstrong and Billy Monday, I recently had the chance to shoot in an historic prison in Chambersburg, PA. The space is exceptionally well preserved and is often open to the public for tours. There were a few spaces that really intrigued me, the first was the building’s attic.Continue reading “Restored Prison, Chambersburg, PA”
going through my library, i’m trying to find a selection of 50-100 images to use for business cards at moo.com and i just found a couple of hidden gems.