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April 8, 2011

36 Frames – A Day in Kate’s Life

This project was made with one roll of Tri-X film and these are each of the images made throughout the day last Wednesday. Very fun to do this, also a challenge.  In the age of being able to make 100s of exposures with digital cameras, this exercise really hones the discipline. Processing and scanning by …

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October 5, 2009

Some Recent at home photos

Today’s is Matthew (Sparky’s) three week old birthday. Fall is definitely in the air. Here are a few recent images of him as well as images of Kate and my Mom playing softball outside yesterday.  They’ve really bonded on this particular trip and it’s been wonderful to see. Mom has been here for almost a …

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September 14, 2009

Bag Of Goodies

At the hospital now waiting for the baby’s arrival. Here is a photo of the bag of gear that I brought with me (sans one 5d — figured one digital camera was plenty and went for the 5d m2). Thirty years of carrying gear has taken it’s toll on my back and shoulders. With much …

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August 11, 2009

When worlds collide…

Yesterday’s shipment of film up to Richard Photo Lab for a portrait project, in front of the array of hard drives in the studio.  

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August 6, 2009

The Perfect Storm: An article online now at ProPhotoResource.com

A Perfect Storm © by Paul F. Gero Great film, great processing + scanning & cheap used film cameras make shooting film a worthy addition to a photographer’s line up.  Originally published online at ProPhotoResource  check it out: The groom (left) speaks with his future father-in-law prior to the start of the rehearsal dinner. Images …

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