Category Archives: Black and White Photography

Robt Sarazin Blake — His Guitar

Last year I had seen my friend Robt Sarazin Blake play at the Conway Muse.

Photo Robt Sarazin Blake Guitar

I had also done a photo shoot with him that was a lot of fun—and had some very interesting results and became

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No Exit, #2

 

Photo No Exit, #2

No Exit, #2

Special thanks to my friend Daniel G.

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No Exit, #1

 

Photo No Exit, #1

No Exit, #1

With special thanks to my friend Adam M.

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Garden Of Good And Evil, #2

Photo Garden Of Good And Evil, #2

Garden Of Good And Evil, #2

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Garden Of Good And Evil, #1

Photo Garden Of Good And Evil, #1

Garden Of Good And Evil, #1

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Thinking About: Composition, #3

As  a general rule, I don’t tend to crop photos very often. I tend to like to stick to a certain format or ratio for an entire project and prefer to use what I’ve captured in camera. But, I’m starting to rethink this. The following photo, for example:

Photo Thinking About Composition #1

3:2 Ratio

3:2 is the in-camera format the image was originally capture in, and I liked it. But after spending some time editing the image,  Read More»

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No Words, #25

Photo No Words, #25

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AVAILABLE LIGHT : A portrait of Peter Anderson

As a continuation of videos on other photographers’ work, here is a great little video of Peter Anderson while he’s making prints of some very iconic photos he made during the 1980s.

Take a look at the size of some of those prints… just amazing. There is still something magical about black and white film.





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Myriads of Gods on Platinum Palladium Prints

Here is a wonderful video of a Japanese photographer that makes images of the environment he is afraid may disappear—and makes platinum palladium prints, a process from the early 1800s. The artistry and the craft that this man employs is just astounding. The paper he uses has the potential to last 1000 years…





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No Words, #24

Photo of No Words, #24

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