Friday, June 16, 2017

Wanderlust Show at Dickerman Prints Gallery


Two of my images are now on display at the Dickerman Prints gallery in San Francisco, CA in the "Wanderlust" show.
Both images are non-plastic camera images made with my pocket digital camera (don't judge me!).
"Parking Lot, Arches National Park was made in Moab, Utah in the parking lot of...well, you guessed it.
"Open" was made through the window of the gift shop in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. I think that this part of the park is actually in Arizona.
If you're in San Francisco, Dickerman Prints is located at 1141 Howard St. Or, you can check out the Dickerman Prints website. The show should be online soon.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Plastic Fantastic Show VIII


I am happy to announce that two of my images will be in the upcoming Plastic Fantastic Show VIII at the LightBox Photographic Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
The images are (top) "Black Sun, Camel Butte" and "False Awakening" (bottom).
"Black Sun" was taken with a Herbert George Stylex camera in Monument Valley with DandiPan film that expired in 1968. "False Awakening" was made with an Ansco Pix Panorama camera with a flipped lens in Prince Edward Island, Canada.
This is the eighth annual Plastic Fantastic show and the eighth time that I have been fortunate enough to be included among the participants. Susan Burnstine is the juror for this (and every) year's show.
In March, I was lucky enough to visit LightBox Gallery in Astoria. It's such a wonderful gallery in a wonderful town. The show opens on June 10th and runs through July 5th. If you're lucky enough to be in Astoria, please stop by LightBox and have a look for yourself.
Gallery info is here.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Sunrise, Nelson Island

Zero Image 4x5 pinhole camera.
Pinhole and zone plate image of the same scene sandwiched and scanned.
Rollei Infrared film with Kodak 87 filter
Rowley, MA

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Wide Awake in Dreamsville Show

Wide Awake in Dreamsville is a revised version of of a group of images that were exhibited in Connecticut a few years ago. Some very new stuff mixed in amongst some older favorites.
So if you happen to be in Dallas now through June 17th, pop in and take a look. All the gallery info is in the above image.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Friday, April 21, 2017

Polaroid Week 2017: The Beginning and the End
























Someone gave me an unused Polaroid One Step Flash camera about a year ago. I bought a pack of Impossible Project 600 film and shot it last summer when I was in Prince Edward Island. Three bucks a sheet? Seriously?
It took me a few shots before I realized that the brightness setting needed to be set to the brightest setting in order to get a decent exposure.
This concludes Polaroid Week 2017.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Glass Beach

Glass Beach
Fort Bragg, CA
Ansco Pix Panorama with flipped lens