Brooklyn Bridge, a B&W Photo
8 Old Fulton Street, a B&W Photo
Snowden Love in Carrboro
My Best Photos
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.
Yesh.carbonmade.com is a selection of my best photography. It’s where I show what I’m most proud of. If you’d like a head shot taken or maybe a family portrait of you and your kids drop me a line.
This Week in Photography History: The Birth of Sally Mann
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!