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Wild Party with Dana B. Merrill

Dana B. Merrill was a noted American photographer whose prints are still on sale today. I researched him based on the name and the N.H. in pencil I figured is New Hampshire. 232 more words


Photoworks 40th Anniversary Gala and Fundraiser

Photoworks 40th Anniversary
Signature Gala

February 21
8-10 PM
Photoworks Gallery @ Glen Echo Park

Silent Auction and Photography Raffle
Champagne and Desserts
Black and White Attire Suggested… 91 more words


Glen Echo 40th Anniversary "Signature" fundraiser

I just completed my contribution to the Signature fundraiser for Photoworks. Here is the description of the event:

We are celebrating Photoworks 40th Anniversary by collecting “Signature Prints” from 40 of the best fine art photographers we know.

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Body Weight Project

The past year I have been contemplating a new photography assignment that deals with the human body that has a more direct focus than before.  In previous photography assignments the nude exists amongst the landscape with small areas where the body blended in with certain elements.   394 more words


re: roots

salt dances across my cheeks and settles on my white knuckles like frosting. the wind bites at my eyes and crashes around my ears. i look down and all i see past the railing is endless water that eventually floods into the sky, silvery thick with clouds. 191 more words


Split-Grade Printing, Silver Gelatin

I actually do make silver gelatin prints. I’ve been away from the medium for a while, mostly concentrating on alternative processes. I needed a break from alt process work so I cleaned up my workspace, fired up the enlarger, and started printing my Paris images you might remember from earlier blog posts. 513 more words


2015: Year of the Print

I’ve been mulling over what I want to do for a photography project after enjoying my 52Rolls.net project for 2014 (all my posts).  I considered doing another year with that project, but focusing on a single camera and/or film, but I think I want to explore the printing side of things. 374 more words

Alternative Process