As the eclipse approaches
inward outward, overlaid, and reflected find
details and situation
Suddenly the world turned orange – glowing
after the grays and blues of another cloudy day.
And out up in the sky a rainbow shone!
Here are some images from my first week shooting IR ‘infrared’ Photographs (tech / how-to information below). Portland has been cloudy mostly, so just shooting artificial light, around the block, and in the trees; not shooting much in full sun. I still haven’t settled on a processing method either. Tell me what you think and leave your thoughts and start some discussion below!
Seems every year I have a similar post of the first fall colors emerging. Biking and walking around, I suddenly really notice the turning of the leaves. This year it was more that a particular spot of trees were just showing off, (this happens at other times during the year too: fall color).
Going up the street, a color palatte of late fall.
NE Portland, OR 2016
(PS, Happy Equinox!)
Finally harvested some plums! And so it is time to make Zwetschgendatschi, a plum cake / tort I very much enjoy from my German heritage. It’s basically a sweet, sugary/ buttery, pizza dough with plums sprinkled in sugar on top =)
This one is gluten free, and improved on the one from two years ago.
It still could be juicier, and it still needs whipped cream…
Adirondacks, Black and White, colden, dogwood, featured, flower, fort Vancouver, Lake Colden, large format, paper negative, Remember Colden, Rocky Falls, stone, wall, water falls, wood, Your Daily Photograph, yourdailyphotograph.com
This Selection of similar images are from fiber based silver gelatin paper negatives shot in a 4×5 wooden field camera. They were wet processed, then inverted and adjusted digitally before creating digital a pigment print.
This 60 page full color 8×10 hardcover volume is available direct to you for $49.99
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The journeys of 2014 kept Nicholas and his cameras mostly in the Northwest, and within the environs of Portland, Oregon – but that is for another time. Here we see where he went, what he shared and explored. The roads wind ever onward – to enchanted Oregon forests, deserts, and waterfalls. And to Adirondack high peaks and snow at the beach. I invite you to step in and enjoy where Nicholas’s eye takes you in these pages.
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The way is unclear,
A passage leads forward.
Its way may be blocked –
challenges of size unknown.
to something bright perhaps.
All this in a moment’s dash.