Tag Archives: fine art photography
Every house has them, but old houses are especially gifted. They are those little corners and angles that, at just the right time of day (or year, or lifetime) light up and play with you for just a minute or two. Or they draw pictures that last for a second. If you are quick enough you can usually figure out what is happening — a sunbeam reflecting from a nearby car, through the curtain and on to the wall. But it’s still a magic moment, if you ask me…
Today the dining room lit up, for about 7 minutes. Everywhere I turned I found patterns and images begging to become photographs. The sun decided to stop by for a visit, just to remind me that spring is on the way. But it also reminded me that winter is no excuse to be waiting for a reason to pick up the camera.
Here are my favorites, hours old. Canon 5dMkII, Pentax 50mm/1.4 lens, processed in Adobe Lightroom.
As addendum to my post about revisiting my earlier fine art work, I’ve created a gallery in which selected images are now available for purchase, in formats from note cards to framed prints. All are produced individually using archival materials. Please take a look: Fine Art Prints
I have finally begun to revisit and digitize some of my old art images, and am excited about making prints with the new archival pigments and papers. Here are some of my first projects — the first two were originally toned silver prints made with toy Diana cameras; they are followed by three Polaroid transfers, three Polaroid SX-70 manipulations, and two Polaroid emulsion transfers.
UPDATE: Selected images are now available for purchase — Fine Art Prints.