Farming Activist Severine von Tscharner Fleming of Wadhams, New York photographed for Pomona College Magazine.
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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.
We did it! We reached (and surpassed!) the Kickstarter goal of $6,000, giving The Pane in Empty Rooms enough resources to be printed large for my upcoming exhibitions.
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, […]
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. 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.
The One-Light Setup Outdoors Using flash outdoors can really add a lot to your image, revealing the character and texture of your subjects.
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 […]
One of the unmistakeable sensations of summer in Vermont is the sound and feeling of water sliding under the hull of an aluminum canoe.
Photographers carry a lot of gear. It’s an occupational hazard and one of the reasons we collect camera bags: we’re always trying to find a better way to haul a metric tonne of cameras, lenses, and lighting.