Submissions of a single section of scarlets and shades

Many years ago, I tried to submit some of my artworks to a major art event, the annual Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region.  My images were not accepted.  And in that unacceptance, I received some comments about WHY my photos were rejected… At the time, I had submitted a mixture of different film techniques…

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A difference between slide and print Infrared film

During my experiments with color infrared film – both medium format slide and print formulae – I wanted to determine the best outputs for both products. What I’ve discovered is – with the color print Infrared film (“CIR 120”) I’ve acquired, I have more flexibility with my shots.  In sunlight, I can use the photographer’s…

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Barn Versus Weeds, Parabola and other returning subjects

As you’ve recently discovered, I’m currently on a color infrared film kick.  I’ve packed my Rolleiflex Automat MX camera with infrared print film (and slide film) and taken it for various walks around upstate New York. And this time, I’ve decided to go back to previous photographed subjects … and give them another snap, just…

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The Grave of William Smith

I never really knew this cemetery existed. Honest. But apparently this gravesite, tucked into the woods at the intersection of Spier Falls Road and Locust Grove Road in Corinth, still holds a few souls at rest. This website lists all the known cemeteries and graveyards in the Greenfield / Corinth / Porter Corners area in…

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