Posts from the ‘Black n’ White’ Category
At first glance this seemed too simple. But the more I looked at it, the more it fascinated me.
More images from the Bronica…
Working through some images this week, I find light poles similar to this one throughout my work. I didn’t know it was a pattern until this morning.
From a roll shot 18 months ago…
This image I really tried to deliver something subtle. We’ll see if it works.
On a walk-about, Carson Street, August 2013
I’ve been scanning a lot this past week, and working with digital files as well… when film receives light in just the right way… gosh.
I don’t know why, but it seems like I have a thing lately for trees in silhouette. A LOT of manipulation in the Nik tool set, still not 100% happy with it.
LA Hotel window, November 2013
When I first acquired the Bronica SQ (a 6×6 negative size) I took it (well, lugged it) on a business trip to Los Angeles. I was just figuring out the ins and outs of the camera at that point, but at least I knew what I could expect from medium format film. I remember focussing on this lamp, and thinking to myself “I bet those tones as the light falls off will be beautiful…” Glad to see I was right about that…
And then I proceeded to walk around a bit, take the images of the ticket booth in a previous post, and leave the darkslide for the camera on the table right next to the lamp when I few home.