Remnants

As you may or may not know from following my blog, I not only love old photography and the history of photography but I am also a photographer. Lately I have been working in the darkroom a lot and using alternative processes in my pieces. I am trying something new to me, which is assemblage […]

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The Case of the Hidden Mother

So if you read my blog at all you probably can guess I’m pretty interested in photography, especially darkroom and alternative techniques. So I’m constantly on the look out for new (old) things that were part of photographic history. I ended up buying what I thought could be a daguerreotype online a few weeks ago. […]

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Capturing Life Unfolding

Portraiture is definitely not something I would consider myself an expert on.  I’ve always found myself a bit apprehensive telling someone how to “pose” or “look natural.”  I guess it is the documentary photographer in me, but I don’t particularly care to try to tell the story of life how to unfold.  There is something […]

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Now You See It

So I have once again started the journey of playing with the different mediums of photography & combining them.  The original idea was to capture “the moment” in the black & white, symbolizing the significance of the ordinary and how it so quickly becomes a memory.  Now it has turned into something entirely different.  The […]

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Craftmanship

I have recently been working on a new endeavor.  I took a videography class and as my final project I  decided to do a short documentary film.  I really haven’t done much work in video so this was definitely a new venture.  If you have taken a look at any of my previous work you know […]

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Monochrome

I have been shooting a lot of monochrome images lately.  There is just something about a black and white image that just draws me in.  I think, for me at least,  seeing an image in black and white makes me focus on what is there because of the lack of color. Shadows are so prominent in monochrome. […]

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