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.
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.
One of the unmistakeable sensations of summer in Vermont is the sound and feeling of water sliding under the hull of an aluminum canoe.
Technical Information Courthouse Towers, Arches National Park, Utah was photographed with a Nikon D200 and a Nikon 17-35mm ƒ/2.8 AF-S lens. The exposure was 1/160 sec ƒ/5.6 at ISO 100. […]
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 […]
Not far from where I photographed this “Yoni” petroglyph in Piedras Grandes Cultural Preserve is this sweeping, boulder-strewn landscape, ancestral home to the Kumeyaay tribe of Native Americans.