Category Archives: Portraits
This isn’t something I typically post on this blog, but what the heck. This is an image of my younger brother and our Death Trap motorcycles we built. I took the photo using my Hasselblad 500cm, 80mm 2.8 lens with … Continue reading
Here’s a photograph I made a few years ago – It’s been on my website, but never posted on my blog with details. In 2005 I was in Chicago doing who-knows-what. Naturally I had brought my camera to take photographs … Continue reading
A couple years ago I went to the Fort Duchesne Pow wow with my wife and good friend Tavis Johnson. I brought with me my Hasselblad 500 CM, 80mm 2.8 lens and some Kodak Tri-X 400. I was eager to … Continue reading
A few years ago I went to Ecuador and photographed everyone I could with my Hasselblad 500CM. I used black and white film – Kodak Tri-X 400. Many of these images I posted on my website or blog, but these … Continue reading
Every year in August Sturgis South Dakota has it’s annual Sturgis Bike Rally. This year was the 70th. I couple years ago I started series of black and white portraits entitled The American Biker Project. I drove around to a … Continue reading
Last year my wife and I drove along the Norther California coast to enjoy the better half of the state and take some black and white photos. We stopped in a number of small towns including Cresent City. There was a … Continue reading
Black and White Portraits of Amber – Hasselblad 500cm Tri-X 400 @ EI800 – Processed with Diafine – Green X1 Filter.
Some more portraits for this weekend. Special thanks to Michelle for letting me photograph her. Also shot with my Hasselblad 500cm, Tri-X 400 @ 800 – Diafine.
This past weekend I photographed Tiffanie using my Hasselblad 500cm. I used Tri-X 400 EI800 and processed in Diafine.