Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Intergenerational Typecast

BalloonMuseum001a Pinhole photograph of the Albuquerque International Balloon Museum


I'll post The Line Writer's story on another day. The four pinhole paper negatives came out fine, but I'll have to share the details of working in this media for another time.


Blogger Richard P said...

Grandfather and grandson typing by oil lamp -- how wonderful.

I love the photo of the museum.

9:30 AM  
Blogger Cameron said...

Your pictures taken with the pinhole camera are very atmospheric. There is something special about them, an undefinable aura, that is compelling and attracts the eye.

The Corona 4 typeface as shown in this post shows a lot of character; I happen to like the slightly off-kilter alignment of the letters. It's like conversing with someone with rather crooked teeth. The imperfection adds a lot of charm!

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have an email where I can contact you? I am a Van Cleave on my mother's side, and am moving to Albuquerque in a few months... My is also known as "Van." And is a WWII vet. Many connections, interesting.

8:36 PM  

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