Canning River wetlands was made in a quiet moment of contemplation. I often make more personally satisfying images when I am alone. It’s not that I don’t photograph when in
Canning River Wetlands
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When I am in the company of others, there is always an imperative or priority which more often than not tends to prevent me from connecting more fully with what I am seeing.
I seek quietness, stillness. My eyes are constantly scanning, yet at this early
There may be technical problems, my eyes and brain see more than what film and camera is capable of recording. Is this worth a photograph? Can I resolve the technical problem or should I reject the idea of a photograph?
I look away, turn around, and there, just a few feet away below the trunk of a swamp
I also made a 4×5 Velvia exposure straight after my black and white. Scroll to the bottom of my Tetenal E-6 Processing article and you can see it.