Category: Paper Negative
Planning the corridor show at Sawtooth
Jessica caught me playing with tiny versions of my big prints tonight. I’m planning the layout of my show in the Redding Corridor Gallery at Sawtooth School for Visual Art this August. Too many moving parts to arrange the prints on the computer, so I’m pushing these little prints around until they sit well together....
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Mounting photographs on panels, an investigation
Here’s what’s happening at the studio today: I’m on a quest to liberate photographs from mattes and glass. Yes, I am aware that’s the traditional way to present photographs. But I hate the way glass separates the viewer from the photograph. We’re often looking at a reflection of ourselves while we look at a framed...
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Large format photography with paper negatives
I get a lot of questions about how this large format photography thing works. Here’s a short explanation of the process. The photography that I do with these large format cameras is very similar to the way photography was at it’s invention (minus the corsets and top hats.) Cameras that look like mine first appeared...
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