Monthly Archives: June 2007

Going home

Hi All, Sorry for no post last night but I didn’t get back from Camp Tintype until midnight. John is a wonderful teacher and a great host. The other students and John’s helpers were wonderful people and photographers as well. I hope to continue a relationship with all of them and I wish their careers […]

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Day two of Camp Tintype

Hi All, Everything is still wonderful here. Today we added albumin paper production and collodian negative making and intensification to our photo arsenals. I can’t believe how much I am enjoying this. I have always enjoyed learning and this proves to me that I still do. Being immersed in an environment where everyone shares a […]

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First day at camp

Hi All, Here are some images from the first shooting day at Camp Tintype. I am having a blast. Some people love Disney World and I love this. It is like learning photography all over again (but with more toxic chemicals). Please take a look at the images. I will have more tomorrow. We will […]

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Arrival at Camp Tintype | Alternative Process | Wedding Photography

Hi All, As I mentioned in a past post I am going to learn to make ambrotypes, ferrotypes and albumin prints. For those who don’t know, these are some of the oldest photo processes there are. You can’t get much farther from digital. While I do enjoy digital and it’s capabilities I sometimes miss the […]

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A few shots from lower Manhattan

Hi All, Here are a few shots I took while strolloing around the bottom of the island. The Wall Street area to get a little more specific. I chose not to photograph the things that you may recognize as distinctly from that area and instead show you a few things I think of when I […]

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