Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Chamberlains – Making of a 70″ Family Portrait

This journal consists largely of my fine art, but I don’t restrict my work to pictorials. Classical art is often composed of commissioned portraits, and the pieces are no less because of it. So when I make a portrait, I … Continue reading

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140 Minutes of the Night.

  Distant suns spatter our night sky as we circle our own at 67,000 miles per hour. But when time is slowed to a crawl, these balls of flaming gas rend the black of night to become whirling embers silhouetting … Continue reading

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City of Silver – The Infrared of Bryce Canyon

The spires of Bryce Canyon make me think of the ruins of an ancient city. They feel timeless, their detailed pattern texture glaring into my eyes as they’re struck by the light. The place is absolutely stunning. But it’s not … Continue reading

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Gavin’s Photo Couch #22. The First 4×5 Exposure.

PC Podcast #22 MP3 Today, I’m on the road during our spring trip, talking a bit about my delve into 4×5 film and exploring some landscapes in California. _____ Subscribe in iTunes – Direct Podcast Feed – Facebook Page Photo … Continue reading

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Canyon Dance – Grand Canyon National Park

The final rays of glistening sunset are often the most remarkable. This one is no exception. Its golden glow flaring for a mere moment before dying into memory and waiting for yet another sunrise. Continue reading

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