The September full moon, rising over a pack of junkyard ’50s Chevys. 15-seconds , f/11, iso 200. Done with 2 exposures because I couldn’t run around with the flashlight fast enough.
Launching today, the Lost America site now has 24 different 8×10/8×12 prints, now available for order! Only $25 each, paid online, through Paypal. These lab-printed, Kodak Endura Lustre-finished prints are titled, signed and dated on the back. I’ve never offered prints like this before, but people keep asking me for an entry-level, inexpensive print option. Well, […]
Going all convex and concave with the disassembled Lockheed P-2 Neptune, at Eagle Field. Night, full moon, 238-seconds. Lime and red Protomachine flashlight. The plane’s wing was on the ground, off camera right, acting as a giant fill card for the moonlight.
Taking advantage of a little sodium vapor bounce from that PG&E light that never turns off at Eagle Field, the night before the workshop started. Loved them shadows, so I filled them with a little purple light from the Protomachine and let it burn in for 268 seconds. It’s a Lockheed Harpoon, a Ventura variant […]
Just back from holding another whirlwind, action-packed 3-day night photography workshop. We were at a new location this time: Eagle Field, a former WWII Air Force training base, now privately owned, in California’s Central Valley. Past workshop alumni, and all-around oddball, Steve, brought his new Sleestak costume to wear for his portrait sitting, so I […]