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Beach One-Klaloch

By |October 27th, 2017|Believeinfilm, black and white film, Film Photography, Medium Format, Pacific Northwest, Washington|

The last day in Forks was spent around Klaloch's Beach One. After checking out of the Town Motel I headed south on the 101 for one last look at the coast. I was to head inland later this day and though I'd still see the water - it wouldn't be the coast of the North Pacific. I wanted to say goodbye. Looking for nothing specific and driving slowly, the large burls on Beach One's Sitka [...]

Boulder, Colorado

By |February 20th, 2017|Boulder, Colorado, Medium Format, Road Trippin'|

Often times when you head out for the day along Colorado's Front Range you simply don't know what the day holds. That's one of the reasons it's such fun: that unexpected surprise emerging when you think you're looking for one thing - and another takes you completely off guard. Such was the case on this day. Fort Collins was shrouded in cold, gray fog.  There was really no hint of redemption - just unrelenting grayness. [...]

Olympic National Park, Washington

By |May 24th, 2016|Believeinfilm, Destinations, Environmental, F6, Film Photography, Geographic Interest, Olympic National Park, Pacific Northwest, Uncategorized|

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Medicine Bow, Wyoming

By |March 28th, 2016|4042n, black and white film, Destinations, Film Photography, Geographic Interest, Natural History, Old School, Road Trippin'|

Sometimes when visiting a new place surrounded by such emptiness there's a mild reservation about leaving the imagined security of whatever semblance of civilization there is - and striking alone into the void. With minimal maps and no idea what really lay out there I check the fuel gauge and tires, listen to the car carefully for any indication of malfunction and make sure a little food and water are close at hand.

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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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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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The New Kodak Portra (again)

By |June 8th, 2012|4042n, F6, Film Photography|

Today I received back from the lab my two rolls of Portra 160 shot over the weekend. The more I shoot this film, the more I like it. I know, I know... I'm in love with every film when it comes back from the lab and I get lucky with a shot turning out as hoped. But I'm beginning to see real benefits in sticking with an emulsion over a period of time to learn [...]

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