Farming Activist Severine von Tscharner Fleming of Wadhams, New York photographed for Pomona College Magazine. Read More
Asphalt, Addison County, Vermont was photographed with a Tachihara 4×5 Wood Field Camera and a Schneider 210mm ƒ/5.6 Symmar-S lens on Kodak TMax 400, exposure unrecorded. The film was developed in HC-110 1:50.
On newsstands now is the December/January issue of Country Woman Magazine featuring my photographs of contributing editor Ann Kaiser learning the art of candy cane making at Leigh Williams’ Laughing Moon Chocolates in Stowe, Vermont.
As part of my The Pane in Empty Rooms Exhibition Kickstarter Project, I’ve made a selection of panoramic fine art prints available as rewards.
For pledges at the $250 level, you can choose one of the images from the Kickstarter Panorama Gallery below. Print sizes are listed alongside the photograph titles.
I’ve launched a Kickstarter Project.
For my upcoming exhibition The Pane in Empty Rooms, I want to print the images big — 24″x30″ to 30″x40″. Printing large photographs is expensive, and I’m hoping to raise money via Kickstarter to get started.
Sunset, Champlain Valley, Vermont was photographed with a Sigma DP2 Merrill camera fitted with a Singh-Ray 3-Stop Hard Edge Graduated Neutral Density Filter. Two exposures were made to encompass a larger angle of view that the 30mm lens could cover and were stitched together using the open source panoramic image editor Hugin.
Buy a Print
This photograph is available as a fine art quality black and white print on archival baryta photo paper. Prices start at $200.00 for an 8″x10″ image mounted inside a 16″x20″ mat. Other sizes and framing options are available by clicking the link below.
The One-Light Setup Outdoors
Using flash outdoors can really add a lot to your image, revealing the character and texture of your subjects. Read More
Some of you have asked me for some additional information about the modified viewfinder I mentioned in my mini-review of the Sigma DP2 Merrill, so I put together a short video to give you a closer look.
The Merrill cameras are capable of producing some incredible images, but the lack of a real viewfinder is a real limitation in bright conditions. The addition of a viewfinder makes a world of difference in ease of operation.