Call them what you will, photos shot on slide film stand apart from their negative brethren in several ways. The film itself is expensive, and it requires the relatively uncommon (these days) and costly E-6 process for development, relegating slide film use to the devoted or the crazy (or both – the intersecting subset is likely quite … More Slides, Positives, Chromes, and Transparencies, Oh My!
Hudson, NY is a strange place. Outwardly it appears simply one of many post-industrial towns along the Hudson River, but it has in its past some interesting history. Unlike most river towns, Hudson made much of its 19th Century fortune in whaling, despite being close to 100 miles from the open ocean. In the 20th … More The Colors of Hudson
Our theme for today is reflections. Featuring water in a liquid state as they do, these photos were either taken at the beginning of the winter, before I knew the full extent of just how unpleasant it would be, or near the end, when there seemed the faintest glimmer of hope that one day the world … More Transitions, Part 3