Sunday, February 06, 2011

Monochrome Weekend: Sky

Captured with a Superheadz Digital Harinezumi 2++

More black and white photos at:

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Skywatch Friday: After the Blizzard

I took this picture of blue sky while walking the dogs today. It's rare we see such clear, blue skies in northern Indiana in winter.

Tuesday, February 01, 2011


Through the photo-sharing site Flickr, I got in touch with Bill Dunbar, who is married to a distant cousin of mine in Elkhart, Iowa. We have collobarated on a few photographic projects. I expose a roll of film, rewind it, mail it to him, and he does a second set of exposures on the roll.

Three pictures from one of our projects appear on the "Group Exhibit: Abstraction" page in Issue 45 of the online fine art photography magazine, F-Stop. Bill made his exposures in Iowa using a 1946 Argoflex E, and I shot in Indiana, using an Agfa Speedex B2 of unknown vintage. The film was Kodak TX400, developed in Diafine.

Lantern and Leaves




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