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Project Box Camera

As I have written before, I am in a group of about 25 taking part in the Project Box Camera. Each month I have been using a different box camera, shot a roll of film, and submitted it to the … Continue reading

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When we could travel

Remember when we could travel? When we could go wherever our hearts desired? When we could fly, drive and take the train? Well, not now. I’ve been spending some time going through old photos, making books and deleting bad or … Continue reading

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February in Oysterville

For the first month of the Project Box Camera Project I used a Kodak Brownie Junior Six-Twenty, meaning it takes 620 film. I purchased my Ilford delta 400 film from Blue Moon Camera in Portland, Oregon. They shave down the … Continue reading

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Oxford architecture

I’m in the middle of choosing photos for contact printing. I plan to start with salt paper printing that Henry Fox Talbot of Lacock Abbey England invented in the 1840’s. His invention is what brought us to today and the … Continue reading

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Timberline with my Titan 4×5

I am in love with large format photography. I’ve owned my Titan 4×5 pinhole camera for a few years but since listening to both The Lensless Podcast and the Large Format Photography Podcast I am totally back in. I recently … Continue reading

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Titan 4×5 pinhole camera

I was in search of images made with my Titan 4×5 pinhole camera. I love this camera. It’s durable and it makes wonderful images. Looking back through my pinhole catalog I discovered these three images I made up around Mt … Continue reading

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Alternative Printing

I’m finally ready. I have my paper, my chemicals, my printing frame and my UV light box. I’ve started printing some digital negatives, but also plan to print directly from 4×5 negatives. I like the small prints mounted with large … Continue reading

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4×5 pinhole

I own three 4×5 pinhole cameras, but my favorite is still the Ilford Titan 4×5. I like it for its ruggedness, being made of hard plastic that does well in the wet Pacific Northwest where I live. I am surprised … Continue reading

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1962

In 1962, President John F Kennedy opened the World’s Fair in Seattle. Over 10 million people attended during the few months it was open. The World’s Fairs were to showcase art, industry and innovation from countries all over the world. … Continue reading

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Ballard with my MP

Took a short trip to Seattle last weekend to attend a couple of Leica events at both Glazer’s Camera and Leica Bellevue. Both presentations were well worth the drive north from Portland. While I was there I also tagged along … Continue reading

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