Friday, June 30, 2006

Portland 1972 Posted by Picasa
Portland at Night 1972 . These photographs were taken with a nikon and short telephoto lens while 'cruising Broadway'. Using Tri-X pan push processed to ASA 1600. This was also part of a college project in a class taught by Dave Falconer photographer for the Oregonian.

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Microphotography 1972. In college I did a photo essay on life around a pond near my home. These were some of the more interesting pictures taken with my Nikon attached to a very nice microscope at PSU.

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Self Portrait with Nikon 1972 Posted by Picasa
The Actor 1971 Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Portrait of my Grandmother in 1971 .  Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Barn 1971 Posted by Picasa
Pictures from 1970 to 1971

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Monday, June 26, 2006

Scenes from High School 1970's In High School I worked on the school paper and annual as a photographer. This gave me full use of a very good darkroom and some excellent cameras.
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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

A winters day in 1969 Posted by Picasa

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Damsel fly taken 1969 Posted by Picasa I have always been drawn to small subjects and the landscapes that exist within a few square inches. Insects, flowers, frogs, snakes, fish were some of my first subjects that I trained my camera on.

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Here are two of my very first photographs made around 1967-68 when I first started practicing photography. The still life is a scan from the orginal print made in my first attempts at developing and printing images using the 40's era Argus equipment my Mother had. I was at the time very proud of the clouds over the Willamette picture because I used a red filter. I like the still life of the plant. Botanical subjects are still a favorite of mine.
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I have created this site for the display of photographs I have taken since 1967 as an amateur photographer in Oregon. I am dedicated to the exploration of photography created from light sensitive materials not megapixels manipulated by photoshop. Posted by Picasa
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