In college I spent a lot of time shooting 16mm motion picture film and still 35mm film. Mostly for documenting the art I was making. Recently I’ve been developing my own black and white negatives. (Thanks for being a good teacher Holden.) Plus taking advantage of the great local color film development at South Eastern Camera in Carrboro. Digital cameras are part of my arsenal too.
This Week in Photography History: The Birth of Sally Mann http://www.thephoblographer.com/2013/05/04/this-week-in-photography-history-the-birth-of-sally-mann/
A note to myself: Get a red background for portraits in black and white film. Makes a wonderful gray color for portraits. Maybe paint a wall red.
This may lead me to build a small wall on wheels. Just so I can paint it red.
While it could be much simpler to find red backdrop paper… my desire to overbuild may override such practicality. “Overbuild” a real theme in my work that has lead to more than one disaster…
Dope! #streetart #spraycanart #Reno #vintagecamera #camera #photography (at Wild Orchid)
A mixture of two of my favorite things.
Masters of photography – Diane Arbus
New photography show opens up today at Nasher Museum, Duke University in Durham, NC. I must go!