Tag Archives: Mamiya

Retrospective: Wyoming Thunderhead

On our Snowy Range Journey we saw this beautiful thunderhead to the east of us.  Had to pull off and make the image.  And since I had both of my Mamiya-7’s I have Portra 160 and SFX-200:

Wyoming-Cloud

StrikingCloud

Inspired By: Nathan McCreery

I finally grasped Film as a Journey at a 2016 B&W Photography Workshop in Condon, Montana with the Photographer’s Formulary Crew, and Nathan McCreery as the instructor. Corrected some lazy mistakes I was making, but learned new things too!.  And I was finally convinced to use a spot meter! (Well, OK I still often use the camera meter).

 

WorkshopResultsPost2

 

VanLakeFog2

 

VanLakeFog1

 

 

Nathan will be the Artist in Residence , September 2020 at the Big Horn National Forest, Montana………..

Tech Info: Mamiya 6X7, Kodak T-Max 400, film developer Formulary’s FA-1027, exposure (spotmeter) f/22 for 2 seconds.

Check out Craig Sheaks on Film as a Journey that can transform you……And another perspective on the Film Photographic Journey.

The Fall River Road RMNP

My Favorite ‘Road’ in Rocky Mountain National Park.  And a favorite spot for making  photos:

TrailRidgeRoad

The Fall River Road, RMNP

Check out a Holga Pinhole taken from the same spot.

Retrospective: The Snowy Range, Wyoming

I have posted two earlier episodes, but have never explained what ‘Retrospective’ is about.  I have a Photo Diary Blog.  It shows what I am out and about doing, camera in hand.  There’s a lot posted over there that my followers here will probably never see.  So I am pulling out a ‘Best Of’ from that blog and calling it my Retrospective.

 

FullShot1

 

 

Planning a Twitter Film Photographer’s Meet up in south central Wyoming later this summer.

Inspired By: Bruce Hucko

Cisco Ghost Town, Near Moab, UT:

Cisco_Gas_Station

Bruce Hucko was the Founder of the Moab Photography Symposium, which ran for 15 years and had its last meeting in 2018.  The results was a wrap up Book containing images from Participants:

MoabBlurbBook

The Featured Image above is one of my book prints.  The others are here below:

 

But more importantly, Bruce worked on local Preservation and Conservation Issues, contributing Photographs and field experiences that were instrumental in the protection of the Bears Ears National Monument, Utah.  This region and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Park are now under threat from Fracking and Mining interests.  This prompted a recent Visit to the Grand Staircase and Capitol Reef Parks this past Fall.  We wanted to see them before they were gone……..We start with some scenes from Ruins of the Ancient Ones in New Mexico and Arizona.

 

Aztec Ruins, NM:

 

Pecos Pueblo, NM:

Pecos_Kiva2

Casa Rinconada at Chaco Canyon:

CasaRinconada

 

Sears-Kay Ruins, AZ:

SearsKayRuins

 

And a view from the Cathedral Trail at Capitol Reef:

BuckButte

 

Please Remember the Absolute Necessity of Preserving our Natural Environment.  Give it Some Love!

Happy Valentine’s Day