F295 Salon Exhibition 2015

I was excited to participate in the 2015 F295 Salon exhibit at the University Art Gallery, Frick Fine Arts Building, University of Pittsburgh. My print just made the trip back safely and it’s now on the dining room wall. This is a one-of-a-kind print, an 8×10 contact printĀ from a digital negative using the analog historic photographic process called Van Dyke Brown. Thanks again, Tom Persinger and F295!

Kauai Mist, 2002
Digital capture with Olympus C2000z 2.1mp
Printed 8×10 in 2015
Van Dyke Brown from digital negative



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.
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