Category Archives: film

Mothers Day – An American Portrait of Casondra Seim

My wife with slender features and long flowing hair is like a Renaissance beauty. Simple grace is suited to a silver image. I made just two frames on 4×5 film, working on controlling the light and the almost Mona Lisa … Continue reading

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Brent Blake – An American Portrait and a Wall of Cameras

  Brent is an artist who manages a gallery in in Soap Lake near my studio. He does a lot of abstract work these days, but has a rich history in many art genres. Many years ago he started in … Continue reading

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Mr. Lincoln – An American Portrait of Robert Brown

No, I do not have a time machine… yet! At times I make a portrait simply because – I take my time and I try to learn something while showcasing someone interesting.  I’m looking for one good image. That’s what … Continue reading

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Ashers Crib | American Portraits, the Film Collection.

  This is one of the first of my new series of portraits. The American Portraits film collection is something I’ve been dreaming up for awhile now. Inspired by painters like Sargent and Waterhouse, photographers like Ansel Adams and Arnold … Continue reading

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