Sara Bareilles was telling me about her new place that she was moving into. I was in Atlantic City on the phone and told her I would snap a photo at that moment, and print it for a house warming gift. I tried printing it once and decided it sucked so she never got it until recently when I realized it wasn’t so bad. My hand underneath a glass table with an apple on top. Silly.
TriX shot @400 ISO
Many of these images were captured on traditional film, shot on a Leica M3 or Rolleiflex - the negative scanned. Others are digital photos, shot with a Leica Monochrom or Sony and adjusted in a digital darkroom. I’ve spend a good bit of my adult life in a darkroom - I’m interested in the best possible classic print, informed by the process of the traditional darkroom.
Digital Silver Imaging of Boston MA has a unique Ilford system that can take my adjustments and deliver a Silver Gelatin print - Silver prints will be stamped with our seal of authenticity. A traditional archival bad assed darkroom print.
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