I have begun an adventure in publishing some of the images I have collected and amassed over the last few years of this analogue ride. I was looking at some images tonight and remember that first thrill of developing paper negatives and film. The business of life and left field balls have jaded that somewhat....though I am still reasonably prolific and passionate. It will be nice to clear the decks somehow........to get that fresh feeling back.
Instax Mini, album created on October 23, 2018
6 items in total.
2018, album created on January 10, 2018
A simple place to see what the current state of the nation is....analogue or some rare digital....
LindaMay, album created on May 23, 2017
In 2016 I bought a large studio camera for $600 dollars. It was a steal for me as I had always wanted a huge camera with cranks and winders. It was an 8 x 10, made in walnut and most likely made in France and came to me via Melbourne Australia, New Zealand then to me. I wish I know more. It will be perhaps 118 ish years old. I have named it Linda May after my wonderful mum. She was living when I took possession of the camera and has since died.(April 2017) She would have loved the thought of a…
October 28, 2015There are times in the ether of cyberspace I have posted images and comments on those postings told me people had not really seen or understood what the image was, how it was made, and what it was made with. The digital life or myth pervades earth to the extent that people think you can't get film anymore. I don't mind, because they give me their beautiful old SLR's, so I go and shoot paper in them.
April 6, 2015As we all know, light that is not man made originates from the sun. (I cannot help acknowledge the people here that think the sun shines from their nether rear regions...you know them too I know) The sun is, I am told the source of life for our galaxy.I totally get why cultures worship the sun. The way that light falls on the world is what creates the images that our eyes see, and cameras capture on emulsion or digital sensor. The lumen print in its simplicity and its science goes back to the very beginnings of photography. I personally find it very gentle and very beautiful as a process.