52 Rolls Week 36:52

A Visit to Heart Mountain Relocation Center.  Or at least that’s the official name.  I prefer internment camp……… Upper Left: wall from one of the remaining barracks; The Flag at the Visitor’s Center; A Meditation Room inside the Visitor’s Center. Senator Inouye was a highly decorated WWII veteran who defended this country in Europe while…

52 Rolls Week 30:52

Rollei  400 test using my ‘new’ old camera.  Largest image on the left is a 4 second exposure; moving clockwise upper right is 2 seconds, lower right is 1 second.  All at f/16.  My giant zucchini have beautiful variegated leaves, but the IR film smooths that away…… So I’ll have to make some ‘ordinary’ B&W…

52 Rolls Week 21:52

This Week wrapping up my trip to the Moab Photo Symposium.  We stayed an extra day to wander through bot Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.  I highly recommend Canyonlands if you are passing through the area.  Often a bit less crowded than Arches, because its a longer drive to get into the heart of the…

52 Rolls Week 20:52

Some telephoto perspectives.  I always carry the 150 mm lens for the Mamiya 7, but almost never use it.  And the 210 mm never gets in the bag.  Well I took them both out for a ‘drive’ in Moab.  By the way, I shot seven rolls of film in Moab.  I was trying lot’s of…

52 Rolls Week 19:52

More from the Moab Photo Symposium.  Day 2, shooting with Huntington Witherill in Hunter Canyon.  I had met Huntington several years ago when I lived in Monterey, CA, and was starting my serious B&W photography.  He welcomed our Experimental Photography Class into his home studio to talk about his work.  It was nice to renew…

52 Rolls Week 18:52

First results from the Moab Photo Symposium.  Next year will be the last as the organizer is retiring to travel the Southwest US, making images.  So If you can, drop in …….. Best of the first day of shooting with Bruce Barhbaum.  His philosophy of image making and his life story were both fascinating.  I…

52 Rolls Week 14:52

Another Adventure….This time with Ilford SFX 200.  I’d tried some of this film last year. Finally figuring out that it worked better for me to use an IR 695 filter, rather than a dark red filter.  The real IR filter allows the fuzzy infrared effects to come through.  So the images taken with the dark…