Monthly Archives: April 2009

Henryton Power Station

I have written about Henryton in the past and it remains to be a source of diverse imagery. This is the detail of a larger image that was taken within the power station below the center.

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Aquarium Lines

If you ever come to Baltimore then one of the places to spend a large amount of time is the Baltimore Aquarium. (Hint: go to the website and reserve a time to enter.) Not only are the contents of the … Continue reading

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Steps (Bromoil)

A while back I offered a post called Steps. My intention for the image was to use it to create a Bromoil print. After calibrating the curve that needed to be applied to the paper I decided to use (Fomabrom … Continue reading

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Honfest Hon And The Bird

It’s been a long week and I needed something to give me a smile, so I went back to my Honfest images. My Orioles are starting the season with hope (as always) and my hopes are that their current good … Continue reading

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Standing Watch

If you want a real challenge, try street photography with a pinhole camera. Impossible you say? Well, for the most part that is correct. However, there are some circumstances where it can work. This image was taken at the Baltimore … Continue reading

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Spinakers

There are always consequences to actions, even positive actions. The Route 450 bridge in Annapolis had traffic that was increasing , but the bridge could not properly handle. One of the casualties was Spinakers, a restaurant at one end of … Continue reading

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Lumen #2

I have enjoyed using expired photographic paper to create photograms. By placing flowers, leaves, or anything else I find interesting on the paper, and leaving it under the sun for a period of time, an image is formed. After scanning … Continue reading

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Full Jar

I finally purchased a decent printer and began my move toward digital negatives last weekend, spending too many hours calibrating things to work well with Fomapan Variant IV paper, the paper I have been favoring for use with the Bromoil … Continue reading

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Inside 180S

I offered an image inside 180S a while back. This is a wider range image of the interior of this company that is located at the Baltimore Harbor. I decided to print this using the lith printing process. The paper … Continue reading

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Down The Rabbit Hole

Actually, this is a path within Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland. It is an infrared image and printed using the lith process, which accounts for some of its more interesting components. Not long after taking this picture I was … Continue reading

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