Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Harvesting the Light Field

RioGrandeStatePark003a (Rio Grande State Park, north of Albuquerque)


LosRanchos003a (Los Ranchos acequia, in north Albuquerque)


(Composed on iPad2 using iWriter, typed on Underwood Universal. Images scanned and processed from 4"x5" pinhole paper negatives.)


Blogger Rob Bowker said...

Wise and enlightening observations. The 'art' is the evidence from a journey. And you can't help it. While nothing's new, everything is. Even if you pass the same way twice, the journey's different, you are older, time's passed and the evidence you leave will show this. And as witnesses, your audience contemplates what you share.

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Blogger rino breebaart said...

great post - I for one like the soft-edged pinhole pix you've posted! It's very much a slow, deliberate and careful process - and as such has plenty value, in terms of creative pay-off. Because ultimately you're carefully managing attention - it reflects the effort and intent. I've been getting back into film again - despite it almost being a joke at photo shops! The grain and (bokeh - for want of a better word) is just so different. cheers, rino

9:51 PM  

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