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One-Day Workshop at Great Sand Dunes National Park

One-Day Workshop at Great Sand Dunes National Park

Most of you are probably aware, but just to be sure: first, the National Park Service is celebrating its Centennial this year, and second, I love the National Park system. I don’t remember the first National Park that I visited, but I was probably only a few years old, on one of my parents many […]

Tibet, 1990

Tibet, 1990

In another from my “blast from the past” series, I found some negatives from my travels through Tibet back in the summer of 1990, when I was 16: this was a big adventure, especially at that age. I took this trip as part of a group of people going to the various base camps on […]

Carnevale, Venezia, 1992

Carnevale, Venezia, 1992

As I was clearing out some storage space I came across my boxes of old photos from the early days of my obsession with photography, and during a short trip to Maine I got access to a good scanner, so I decided to revisit some images I haven’t really seen in nearly 25 years. The […]

Great Sand Dunes NP Tintypes

Great Sand Dunes NP Tintypes

I recently made another stop at the Great Sand Dunes National Park, as I often do on cross-country road trips. This trip – only 5400 miles, from Rhode Island to Maine, then down through West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and on to Arizona – had several reasons: visit my mother and friends, stay at the cabin […]

Ash Island

Ash Island

Ash Island, Pine Tree, Owl’s Head Here’s an example of the difference shifting about 15 feet to one side can make for a composition. The shot above and the shot below were taken within those few feet of each other, and otherwise the lens choice is the only difference – 90mm above and 210 below. […]

Drunk varnish

Drunk varnish

Here is an example of what happens when the varnish eats your image (above). In this case I had just added (too much) Everclear (190 proof alcohol) to the varnish to try and solve a different problem – and the collodion on this plate is pretty old – so when I poured the varnish on […]

One-Day Workshop at Great Sand Dunes National Park
One-Day Workshop at Great Sand Dunes National Park

Most of you are probably aware, but just to be sure: first, the National Park Service is celebrating its Centennial this year, and second, I love the National Park system. I don’t remember the first National Park that I visited, but I was probably only a few years old, on one of my parents many […]

Tibet, 1990
Tibet, 1990

In another from my “blast from the past” series, I found some negatives from my travels through Tibet back in the summer of 1990, when I was 16: this was a big adventure, especially at that age. I took this trip as part of a group of people going to the various base camps on […]

Carnevale, Venezia, 1992
Carnevale, Venezia, 1992

As I was clearing out some storage space I came across my boxes of old photos from the early days of my obsession with photography, and during a short trip to Maine I got access to a good scanner, so I decided to revisit some images I haven’t really seen in nearly 25 years. The […]

Great Sand Dunes NP Tintypes
Great Sand Dunes NP Tintypes

I recently made another stop at the Great Sand Dunes National Park, as I often do on cross-country road trips. This trip – only 5400 miles, from Rhode Island to Maine, then down through West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and on to Arizona – had several reasons: visit my mother and friends, stay at the cabin […]

Ash Island
Ash Island

Ash Island, Pine Tree, Owl’s Head Here’s an example of the difference shifting about 15 feet to one side can make for a composition. The shot above and the shot below were taken within those few feet of each other, and otherwise the lens choice is the only difference – 90mm above and 210 below. […]

Drunk varnish
Drunk varnish

Here is an example of what happens when the varnish eats your image (above). In this case I had just added (too much) Everclear (190 proof alcohol) to the varnish to try and solve a different problem – and the collodion on this plate is pretty old – so when I poured the varnish on […]