Read about The Cross in the Clouds.

Slideshow 1

Please note that these photos have not been retouched. The images on this slideshow were done with a professional camera that did not restrict creativity or get in the way of my origin vision for the photograph. The photos are "full frame" shot using a 35mm film camera. The style follows the principle of "straight" photography, as espoused by Alfred Stieglitz, who was one of the greatest photographers, and the father of photography as an art form.


Slideshow 2

This slideshow is from a small "digital" camera — with all the issues that carries with it. No digital camera can equal the quality of film,
due to the limitations inherent in the "bayer array" of pixels — and, no "pattern" can equal the grains on film.


Slideshow 3

This slideshow is from a small "digital" camera — with all the issues that carries with it. No digital camera can equal the quality of film, due to the limitations inherent in the "bayer array" of pixels — and, no "pattern" can equal the grains on film.


Slideshow 4

This slideshow is from a small "digital" camera — with all the issues that carries with it. No digital camera can equal the quality of film, due to the limitations inherent in the "bayer array" of pixels — and, no "pattern" can equal the grains on film.


Slideshow 5

Please note: The images on this slideshow have not yet been sorted.

This slideshow is from a small "digital" camera — with all the issues that carries with it. No digital camera can equal the quality of film, due to the limitations inherent in the "bayer array" of pixels — and, no "pattern" can equal the grains on film.


Slideshow 6

Please note: The images on this slideshow have not yet been sorted.

This slideshow is from a small "digital" camera — with all the issues that carries with it. No digital camera can equal the quality of film, due to the limitations inherent in the "bayer array" of pixels — and, no "pattern" can equal the grains on film.


Slideshow 7

This slideshow contains all the images that were not included in the first four sorted slideshows.

This slideshow is from a small "digital" camera — with all the issues that carries with it. No digital camera can equal the quality of film, due to the limitations inherent in the "bayer array" of pixels — and, no "pattern" can equal the grains on film.


Personal Photos & Miscellany

Read about The Cross in the Clouds.

This slideshow consists of scanned photographs from my life.

[The slide shows are offered in silence, so that you can play your own favorite music.]