Category Archives: Street

Jesus Is Lord!!! – Baltimore

Technical information: Camera: Wanderlust camera with Caltar-W 90mm lens Film: Ilford PF4+ 4×5″ EI 800 Paper: Ilford Multigrade Classic

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Chair, Baltimore

Technical information: Camera: Wanderlust camera with Caltar-W 90mm lens Film: Ilford PF4+ 4×5″ EI 800 Paper: Ilford Multigrade Classic

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Henneman Avenue

Occasionally tours are offered at the old A. Hoen & Co. Lithographers building in Baltimore, which has been abandoned since 1981, and at some point I may offer some of the images taken there a month ago. Before the tour … Continue reading

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Alfalfa

I am in the process of getting rid of most of my cameras – selling some, giving away others (anyone want an Argus C-3?). I find it too much of a distraction to have shelves of cameras I no longer … Continue reading

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The Storyteller

I wonder if I am the only one who likes to sometimes place myself in a position that is amusing to either just myself or anyone who might happen to notice.  While testing a camera for a friend in Annapolis … Continue reading

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Reading in Pittsburgh

I have done some pinhole street photography in the past, and although this may seem to be contradictory terms it simply means that if one wants to minimize the blur, the subject needs to be relatively static.  While in Pittsburgh … Continue reading

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Confrontation – Part 2

I have a really weird memory.  I can look at a sheet of negatives from 20 years ago and remember each one – what I was thinking, why I photographed the scene and why it was important to me.  That … Continue reading

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Confrontation

I do not look for confrontation.  Actually, I go out of my way to avoid it, but there are times when getting involved just needs to happen. When people ask me about shooting on the street I am often asked … Continue reading

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Welcome To Madrid

As the warmer weather starts coming back, I will be getting back on the street more often.  I admit that when the weather gets cold, I prefer to find projects within the darkroom that need to be worked on. When … Continue reading

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Ce n’est pas un mur de briques

I love looking at images and the ones that most interest me are those that make me think.  This is why my favorite painter is René Magritte, whose “La trahison des images” forces one to consider what they are seeing … Continue reading

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