Category Archives: Portrait Photography

Anthotype Sandwiched Positive Diptychs

This is my diptych set of anthotype (basically organic matter used as emulsion – in this case, a lovely pinot noir on watercolor paper) prints. Each print contains two images – one from Afghanistan and one from Yad Vashem, the … Continue reading

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Studio Portraits of Noel with Holga

My friend, Noel, was kind enough to pose for some more portraits for me last summer when I was playing around a bit with the Holga. I’m pretty happy with what we got. So, Holga, T-Max 100 black and white … Continue reading

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My Piercer At Work

Also from last summer, I paid a visit to my friend and piercer Noel while she was on the job. Holga camera, I think Kodak T-Max 100, Nikon Speedlight. Prints were made on Ilford fibre based glossy.

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YMCA Shoot: Day 2

Today was the second and final day of the shoot for the Michiana YMCA.  I suppose there’s still the chance I’ll add a few here and there, but this is it for the studio work.  Loving the upgrades to my … Continue reading

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