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The platinum look

A natural arrangement, Woodbury, Connecticut © Steven Willard

I love it when a photograph reveals itself and all I have to do is put a frame around it and press the shutter. 103 more words

‘Diamond Nights’ and ‘Portraits of Time’: Beth Moon’s never-ending search for the oldest and rarest trees on earth

Since 15 years the US-American photographer Beth Moon has been travelling across the continents looking for the tallest and oldest trees on earth. Many of the species she photographs are rare or at the brink of extinction. 227 more words



Last week in Photographic Expression, we did platinum printing. Basically, we converted digital files into a negative, then did this really old-school process of printing which involves chemicals and a UV box and a bunch of other stuff. 70 more words

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Platinum Print Portfolios

With a number of co-publishing projects on the go and set for release in 2015 under our studio’s imprint ‘Platinum Print Editions’, I am always interested in viewing portfolios of platinum prints by different artists, not only to see how they look in person but also how they are presented. 599 more words

David Johndrow Reception September 19, 6-8pm

“Greetings. Please join us with David Johndrow for Natural Light on Friday, September 19, from 6-8pm.”  – Long Horn Beetle (our current Zenmaster)

Closed for Installation Until September 6, then David Johndrow!

The gallery will be closed next Tuesday through Friday as we set up our installation for:

David Johndrow: Natural Light

September 6 – October 30, 2014… 40 more words

Artist Profile: Jefferson Hayman

Jefferson Hayman and I were introduced at AIPAD by Isa Leshko, a mutual friend and colleague. I was already a fan of his work and enjoyed the sense of light and air he brought to his subjects so it was fun to finally meet the person behind the work. 214 more words

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