Monthly Archives: June 2009
Here’s the pinhole camera used to shoot the lilies last week. Also, this tree was shot with it as well. I made this in a woodworking workshop at Highland Hardware in Atlanta a couple years ago. I’ve seen other 4X5 … Continue reading
How to walk your dog in 90º plus heat. She loves this.
Yesterday I mentioned an errand to have 4X5 film developed. I picked it up today and here is one of the sheets. I wasn’t satisfied with the exposures made with the fancy view camera, but felt better about pictures shot … Continue reading
Kodak announced today the discontinuation of their legendary Kodachrome film. It is simply the best color film ever made. Had digital photography never been developed, I would have been happy shooting nothing but Kodachrome and Tri-X film for the rest … Continue reading
When Ruby Crawford died recently, we lost some of the good that was the Old South. I had the pleasure of photographing her for my newspaper, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, on the occasion of her 90th birthday. Although it was the … Continue reading
and blacks, and yellows, and browns…. Got ’em, wanna get rid of ’em. Yep, I know its mildew, we’ve had a very wet spring. I’ll happily take the mold and mildew to be rid of the drought we’ve been dealing … Continue reading