Connecticut River Museum

Black And White Photography, Photography, Steven

Connecticut River Museum © Steven Willard

I like to explore the backs of buildings, the less formal face if you will. Perhaps the equivalent of a casual portrait as opposed to a formal one. The building’s architect lets his guard down and what we see is often more interesting.

The light was beautiful with a clear blue sky and I had my camera, a Pentax 6X7 with 90mm lens loaded with my favorite film, Ilford FP4Plus, which I rated at ISO 100. I developed the film in PMK which was fantastic for rendering delicate high values without blocking up, and printed the negative on Ilford paper. I scanned the print on a an inexpensive Epson 4 in one printer and used Snapseed to remove the dust spots.

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Climate change

Black And White Photography, David, Photography

See the sad remains of Briksdal glacier. We were here when the kids were small some 18years or so ago, the ice was all the way down to the small lake now it’s half way up the mountainside.

Nikon Z6
Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 via FTZ adapter

Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Flax

Black And White Photography, Dan, Photography

Theodore Roosevelt National Park – North Dakota, The Wild Horses #TRNP via @traunphoto