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About scott

I live in Minneapolis Minnesota and have a passion for making portraits with view cameras and large format black and white film. In the last ten years, I have been drawn to older film cameras and large film formats up to 8x10 inch negatives. I also spend a fair amount of time perfecting recipes for home-made pizza and vegetarian soup. When not engaged in the aforementioned pursuits, I think about which mountain I will hike next.

Ongoing Neighborhood Flood Photography

I’ve been photographing Meadowbrook Golf Course periodically since the floods started in June. In addition to a small flood in our basement, the golf course has been flooded with a new lake. Minnehaha Creek breached its bank and there was no … Continue reading

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Pinhole Photography featured in Looking Glass, a new film photography magazine!

What! A new online magazine with a focus on film photography? It can’t be! But it is! Check out the first issue of Looking Glass Magazine, published by a team of photographers dedicated to keeping film-based work alive and thriving. But … Continue reading

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Midwest Passage Landscape Photography Exhibit

  Friday night, we exhibited a modern interpretation of landscape photography in Landscape: Current Interpretations X=11, a group exhibition featuring works by local photographers working with traditional cameras and materials. This was the second exhibition in 2013 by Midwest Passage, … Continue reading

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Cowboy and Camel Reflected in a Lizard’s Eye

Zorki 4K Pinhole Camera photograph of cowboy and camel reflection in giant lizard eye An oldie but a goodie, this 2006 photograph will be included in the upcoming 4th Biennial Pinhole Show at the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco … Continue reading

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Soon at a gallery near you…

This photograph will be included in the upcoming exhibit, “Picture This: What We Photograph” at the Mpls Photo Center, starting on January 18, 2013. Burke and James 8×10 camera and 305mm Caltar wide open. Captured on Kodak Ektascan B/R x-ray … Continue reading

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World Wide Pinhole Photography Day WWPD 2012

Here is what I shot on April 29, 2012 for World Wide Pinhole Photography Day this year. I have participated on WWPD since 2007 and this was another good year.

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Recent Work – 2012

I’ve been busy on weekends and rather prolific this year. Lots of film shot and processed.

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Wedding Photos

We had a great family wedding in the last weekend in October. Although I have several digital cameras, I chose to shoot film because I wanted to create images that stand out in our modern, color, digital world. Square photographs … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Landing

Alida and I made a nice trip to a place called Murphy’s Landing in September. I think it was September. Alida is a historical fiction writer and this was a great chance to see the re-creations of the 1750-1875 era … Continue reading

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Colorado Retreat 2011!

In July, we went to Colorado to write and make photographs. We stayed in Minturn, a small town near Vail and used it as a base to hike from. We hiked across the road, up a big hill to Lion … Continue reading

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