Monthly Archives: January 2018

On a rainy day

The rain is pouring down in Portland. I can hear it pounding on my windows. The wind causes tree limbs to brush the side of the house. Might as well get up even though it is only 4:00 a.m. It … Continue reading

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4×5 pinhole work

Spent my weekend making some 4 x 5 images with my Titan Pinhole camera. My constraints included making photos within 10 miles of my home. Typically when I am out and about making photos I travel much further away from … Continue reading

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When it goes wrong

When it goes wrong you might as well really go for it. I call it a learning experience. I have not owned my Leica MP very long. I’ve only put three rolls of film through it. I have many cameras. … Continue reading

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abandoned

Not sure why I am attracted to making images of abandoned buildings. It seems whenever we hit the backroads of Oregon we come across these relics. I always wonder who lived there, how old is the place and why was … Continue reading

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Libraries

I enjoy libraries. I like to make pinhole images in libraries. A few weeks ago I was in Seattle and visited the Seattle Central Library. It’s a very modern building with lots of glass and architectural features. I made a … Continue reading

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