Monthly Archives: November 2010

Photographing with 35mm film after six years

Two rolls of Kodachrome 64 on my desk awaiting use – Raleigh, NC – 11/28/2010 Since my last post about Kodachrome, I have purchased some rolls off E-bay. I went out today and shot two rolls with an old friend, my Nikon F-100 camera with a Nikon AF Nikkor 85mm f/1.8D lens and probably the […]

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Kodachrome days

Kodachrome film is literally in its lasts days. It basically will die as a useable film on December 30, 2010. Dwayne’s Photo in Parsons, Kansas is the world’s last Kodak certified facility processor of Kodachrome film and they will stop developing Kodachrome on that day. I shot my first rolls of Kodachrome in 1985 and […]

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CGI

Above Everything Else by Alex Roman I believe in a few years (probably sooner) we will see more and more advertising work done with CGI. I blogged about Alex Roman earlier this year and his incredible CGI creations. Everything he does is entirely CGI, there isn’t one thing in this ad that ever existed, other […]

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Potomac River Crossings Book

Work in progress here of the The Potomac River Crossings book I’ve mostly sat on the images I made from 2000 to 2003 of the Potomac River bridges project. A sample of about 30 images have lived on my website and that was the extent of public exposure those images received. About three months ago, […]

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Black Coal

Official video for Stone Jack Jones’ Black Coal featuring West Virginia. While I have West Virginia and working with traditional analog materials on my mind – I recently found this video shot in West Virginia coal mining country. It features the lead singer of the band – Stone Jack Jones – not an actor, which […]

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