Interview in On Landscape (Part I)

This is the first part of an interview that first appeared in On Landscape, the online magazine for landscape photographers, No. 212. The questions were asked by Tim Parkin. Q: Can you tell me a little about your education, childhood passions, early exposure to...
The Virtues of an Analog Stopwatch

The Virtues of an Analog Stopwatch

It’s best to keep things simple when working with a large format camera. Over the years I’ve developed a ritual of sorts when working in the field. As Alan Brock mentioned in an earlier post, one such ritual is test firing the shutter before pulling the...
The Barracks (Part 1)

The Barracks (Part 1)

“The entire world could end and we wouldn’t even know.” Justin Lowery said that once.  Or maybe it was me.  Honestly it’s tough to remember at this point as it happened over two years ago.  What I do know is that he and I once socially...
Wilderness Medicine

Wilderness Medicine

I think I can speak for most landscape photographers, the majority of us got into the art of making photos because of the love of nature and wilderness. Most activities in nature have a degree of risks. Landscape photography is no exception. You are probably taking...
A Path to Consistent Results

A Path to Consistent Results

A Path to Consistent Results By: Ryan Gillespie Some time ago, I thought I would try some different developers for my black and white film. I knew there would be some differences in the chemistry and developing times, but I figured “As long as my exposure was correct,...