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.
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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.
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.
Middlebury College has published a collection of my black-and-white photographs of their lands in the Green Mountains as their 2013 engagement calendar titled The Strength of the Hills is His […]
Technical Information I photographed Ice on Kingsland Bay, Lake Champlain, Vermont with a Graflex 4×5 Crown Graphic and Fujinon 125mm ƒ/5.6 lens on Kodak TMax 100 (TMX) rated at ISO […]
If you’ve ever used a large format camera, you know that focusing them is a challenge. The image on the ground glass is reversed and upside down, meaning you have […]
Tachihara 4×5 Wood Field Camera, Schneider 210mm ƒ/5.6 Symmar-S lens, Fuji Provia 100 Quickload (RDPIII). Exposure unrecorded.
Tachihara 4×5 Field Camera, Schneider 210mm ƒ/5.6 Symmar-S lens, Kodak TMax 400 (TMY2) at E.I. 320, developed in HC-110 1:49.
I’m offering handcrafted silver gelatin prints of select images from The Strength of the Hills portfolio. These open edition selenium-toned silver prints are intimately sized at 5 in x 7 in on 11 in x 14 in semi-matte warm tone fiber paper and are signed on the front in pencil. Each print costs $150, plus shipping and handling.
Tachihara 4×5 Field Camera, Schneider 210mm ƒ/5.6 Symmar-S lens, Kodak TMax 400 (TMY2), D-76 1:1. I used a 2 stop graduated neutral density filter to bring down the exposure of […]