Another post on selling photography

As most of you know I fell seven feet from the top of a ladder the other day and broke my hip.  Boy does it ever hurt and recovery is both expensive and slow.  My website manager extraordinaire,  Angela Prosper has convinced me that selling my work is the only way to...

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Self-Portrait after 911

Self-Portrait after 911

Here is another one of a kind print from the early 2000s.  This is a self portrait taken with my old Mimaya TLR (twin lens reflex):  the film slipped when advanced.  I would get many frames that overlapped (a precursor to the pinhole images I do today).  The camera...

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Janet and Jess

I wanted to make a new Home page and have my website open up to it.  But alas, my template will not allow it.  Might have to change, but in the meantime what I wanted to do on the home page was offer one item for sale each week.  This week it is an old school contact...

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More on the Shunpike Storefront in South Lake Union

The storefont lives on.  Originally I placed five cameras in the Storefront window looking out to the so called view.  Not a great view but the cameras did make photographs.  I had two two-hole cameras, an altoid tin, my favorite square camera, an array of nine small...

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The Shunpike Storefront in South Lake Union

Recently the Pinhole Project received  a storefront window in the South Lake Union Area sponsored by Shunpike.  This storefront is a 12 foot long window that will house  some of the Pinhole Project images for about three months. It will house a very small percentage...

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Some More Pinholes from Civita

Well, I have been working steadily on all the images from Civita.  So many I do not know what is good and what is not any more.  I would like to add at least  10 more images so I can get around 25 uploaded and make a portfolio.  What have I learned so far?  My scanner...

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Some Pinholes from Civita

I spent  a month in Civita di Bagnoregio, an Etruscan hilltop town in Italy on a fellowship from the Civita Institute, (civitainstitute.org). Since I arrived home mid-December, I have been scanning and editing images. I am still not done but three days ago, finished...

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Civita: A Month

I have been in Civita di Bagnoregio for the past month shooting pinhole photographs on a fellowship.  Civita is a surreal, isolated hilltop town north of Rome and I fell in love with It.  It survived largely due to the work of an architect, Astra Zarina and her...

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Connie

Has it really been almost seven years since you passed ?  So many of our times together seem like they just happened.  I have been channeling you babe, makes me want be better, as if you were still here.  So my resolution for this year is to cook! Yes cook real...

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