Category Archives: Black & White

Other People’s Photos

There is a small archival box in my place that has a bunch of old photographs. There are tintypes, ambrotypes and silver prints in the box. I have a healthy pile of View-Master reels that came with a viewer from

Other People’s Photos

There is a small archival box in my place that has a bunch of old photographs. There are tintypes, ambrotypes and silver prints in the box. I have a healthy pile of View-Master reels that came with a viewer from

Mark Klett and the Rephotographic Survey Projects

Writing a thesis involves books, piles and piles of books. Writing a thesis for a degree in photography involves piles of books with pictures. What a great way to get lost in, and often distracted from, your research. Access to

Mark Klett and the Rephotographic Survey Projects

Writing a thesis involves books, piles and piles of books. Writing a thesis for a degree in photography involves piles of books with pictures. What a great way to get lost in, and often distracted from, your research. Access to

A Closet Full of Art

I recently had the opportunity to go through some boxes that have been in storage for a couple of years. We all have those boxes–the ones that contain things we won’t get rid of because they still hold value or

A Closet Full of Art

I recently had the opportunity to go through some boxes that have been in storage for a couple of years. We all have those boxes–the ones that contain things we won’t get rid of because they still hold value or

Wynn Bullock

I just found my books on Wynn Bullock. They are filled with his beautiful images, but very little information. Thank goodness we have the internet! I first saw Bullock’s work in a gallery many years ago. The work was stunning–wonderfully

Wynn Bullock

I just found my books on Wynn Bullock. They are filled with his beautiful images, but very little information. Thank goodness we have the internet! I first saw Bullock’s work in a gallery many years ago. The work was stunning–wonderfully

Gustave Le Gray

What’s new in photography usually isn’t. For example, the solutions to HDR scenes have been around longer than digital cameras–or even film cameras! Photographic pioneer Gustave Le Gray found solutions to troublesome contrast in images that is exactly what we

Gustave Le Gray

What’s new in photography usually isn’t. For example, the solutions to HDR scenes have been around longer than digital cameras–or even film cameras! Photographic pioneer Gustave Le Gray found solutions to troublesome contrast in images that is exactly what we

Robert Adams

There are two photographers with the surname Adams that I consider influences. There is Ansel, who will have a big post one day, and Robert Adams. My first exposure to Robert Adams was a book lent to me by a

Robert Adams

There are two photographers with the surname Adams that I consider influences. There is Ansel, who will have a big post one day, and Robert Adams. My first exposure to Robert Adams was a book lent to me by a

Washington Coast

Back to the trip to Seattle and Washington state in 2005. After I dropped my friend at the airport I drove out to the Olympic Peninsula to see the mountains and the coast. I put a decent amount of miles

Washington Coast

Back to the trip to Seattle and Washington state in 2005. After I dropped my friend at the airport I drove out to the Olympic Peninsula to see the mountains and the coast. I put a decent amount of miles