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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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.
I’ve been busy on weekends and rather prolific this year. Lots of film shot and processed.
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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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
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
We went out on the Mississippi on October 22 and had a wonderful time. We saw an adult bald eagle and two juveniles. We also saw a small parade of turkeys walking along the bank in single file. As we … Continue reading
I have been shooting a lot of film this year (what else is new!) My formats of choice have been a little 35mm, but mostly medium and large format 6X6cm, 4×5 and 8×10. Here are some selected shots from the … Continue reading
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The nature of things in our backyard. We moved in mid-August to a house in Hopkins, and for the first few weeks I set up a camera near our bird feeder to greet the birds of the neighborhood. We have … Continue reading
I got out shooting with my friends in LUMP, the League of Upper Midwestern Pinhole photographers on Saturday in honor of World Wide Pinhole Photography Day. We went to Stillwater, MN in a cold rain and luckily had a few … Continue reading
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