Landscape & Nature PhotographyArt Gallery, Page 8
Here are some framed photographic prints of some recent (2013) work with instant film. I have many more photos to scan / upload, but the latest art project has been to create something from the stark bleakness of early spring. And so, here are a few shots done with instant film. All are available as 8"x12" prints, either "matted & framed" or "print-only".
I hope you enjoy my work.
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And The Earth Shall Wax Old
Snags jutting at different angles from a brown landscape in early spring. The photo, made with instant film, has a natural soft-focus effect that somehow goes well with the subject matter. I tried this shot with digital... no, it just didn't work the way film does.
221. And the Earth Shall Wax Old
Coal Bridge Ruins
"When I was a kid back in the Forties," said the man, "there were still train tracks all over the place. They used to mine coal up in here. It looked like the tracks were all laid by eye. They were just a little bit crooked. I don't know how they got trains up here, but they did."
Today it's all woods, except for the ruins of this small railroad crossing.
224. Coal Bridge Ruins
223. Untitled Sunset
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