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Cocoa Beach, Florida

By |June 12th, 2015|Destinations, Film Photography, Geographic Interest, Uncategorized, while you were there...|

Cocoa Beach Pier, Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015) Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015) Space Shuttle Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center, Titusville, Florida (2015) Front, Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015) Thank You For Visiting, Cocoa Beach Pier, Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015)

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4042n: Poudre Canyon, Cameron Pass, Jackson County, Rand, Walden

By |June 3rd, 2015|4042n, Destinations, F6, Film Photography, Geographic Interest|

Nothing hits the reset button like a road trip with a couple of old, film cameras - even if just for the day. On this day it was my favorite home away from home, North Park, Colorado. North Park is still "old Colorado" and I enjoy that immensely. North Park sits unassumingly, tucked quietly between the heavily traveled Steamboat corridor and Poudre Canyon. I've written about North Park quite a bit before - there's just [...]

Crane Hollow, Boulder County, Colorado

By |December 17th, 2014|4042n, F6, Film Photography, Uncategorized|

At the end of the day it’s light that’s the star. Great light can turn nearly any ordinary scene into something extraordinary. Those days I’m fortunate enough to be out in that wonderful, glorious autumn light with a camera are good days indeed. Making photographs is as much about the process as it is about the final image.

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New West Fest

By |August 22nd, 2014|F6, Festival and Events, Film Photography|

For the past 10 years now the city of Fort Collins, Colorado has sponsored, in conjunction with Bohemian Nights Music, the New West Fest; essentially a birthday party for the city and fall jamboree for Northern Colorado, focusing heavily on live music. The scale of the event is difficult to grasp. The city blocks off the core of famous Old Town and people wander freely with children, strollers, the occasional huge stuffed animal won at a carnival [...]

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Walking in Memphis

By |July 31st, 2014|Destinations, F6, Film Photography, Uncategorized|

Memphis has been the subject of many a discussion between my son and I for a few years now. We love road trips and just being in the car together, so when ever we're hunting for a just barely out of reach, crazy destination to spontaneously shoot off to in the middle of the night (from Colorado) - Memphis has been a part of that discussion. Alas, common sense has prevailed and Memphis had remained [...]

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Happy Fourth of July

By |July 9th, 2014|F6, Film Photography, General Information|

  Allenspark, Colorado is nestled snugly just below Colorado's Indian Peaks Wilderness. Each year Allenspark celebrates July 4th with a short but festive parade down the main street. In years past my eyes have been focused upward, searching the skies above for the real Fourth of July photograph. This year I chose instead to focus on what’s right in front of me. Attending the Allenspark Fourth of July parade has become an annual [...]

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Hope, Boundaries and Good Intuition

By |July 7th, 2014|F6, Film Photography, General Information|

I've devoted considerable thought over the past few years as to why we as people make photographs and frankly have come up blank. I don't think I could explain to someone why I make photographs other than the simple truth; it pleases me to do so. It's fun to read the plethora of great essays by others, from the famous to the unknown, presenting wonderful theories and insights. I think I've finally concluded however that I'm [...]

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Fear and Loathing in Bushnell, Nebraska

By |July 4th, 2014|4042n, Film Photography|

Pine (Bluffs), Wyoming lay at the extreme south-eastern corner of the state, a stone’s throw from Nebraska along the Old Lincoln Highway and I-80. My visit to Pine was late in the year with my dog Henry. Over the course of several months we’d seen Henry begin to slow and knew he’d begun his journey home. Not wanting to miss any opportunities with him I took the Jeep this trip, knowing he’s more comfortable than in [...]

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Little Snake River Valley

By |June 29th, 2014|4042n, F6, Film Photography|

The Little Snake River Valley sits along the Colorado/Wyoming state line and follows the Little Snake River as it tumbles out of the western flank of Colorado's Park Range. The Little Snake is a tributary of the larger Yampa River, meandering westward in and out of Colorado and Wyoming then gradually makes its way south west to hook up with the Yampa west of Maybell and very close to Dinosaur National Park. Perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the state and home to several enormous ranches, Little Snake country is pure Colorado and way, way off the beaten path.

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Portra Color Negative (C-41) Scanning Workflow

By |March 12th, 2014|Film Photography|

Gypsy Alley, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2013). Kodak Portra 400 One of the greatest things about being a film photographer these days is the ability to create images both on film, then scan that film into the computer and have both analog and a digital versions of the image: a hybrid work flow it's sometimes called. There are plenty of reasons for doing this which others have articulated so I won't veer off course here. [...]

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