Since my day started off with having to pick up one of my vehicles from the body shop, I felt drawn to post a car image. Maybe it was all the “classic car – shop talk” with the body shop manager this morning, that had me thinking about this pic… but who knows? Either way, it was about time to post it somewhere. The image has just been sitting on the hard drive, since it was captured several years ago.
I decided to go with some trees and fog for my post today… on this cold rainy Wednesday. Although my true passion is photographing things with an industrial theme, I do enjoy getting out into nature now and again.
The image was captured with a TOYO 45A view camera, and shot on Kodak 100 TMAX B&W film. Film was processed in Kodak D76.
I figured this was an appropriate image, for the kind of day we’re having.
The image was taken with a TOYO 45A view camera and shot on Kodak Tmax 100 B&W film.
An old one from the film archives… a shot of the main archway at Squire’s Castle.
A somewhat forgotten pic, from a reflections series that I started a few years back.
Being long overdue for a post, I figured there was no better time than present…
4×5 pinhole image of Cleveland, OH and ore dock. Image was part of a recent series titled am Wasserrand.