Rough edit of the latest batch of film from my Portland project. Mostly shot between early February and late March this year, with one or two stragglers from 2012.
Again, I am dropping news here a little late. But if you happen onto this blog in the next 23 days and have not already heard about my newest funding campaign on Kickstarter, go check it out now. The project is a continuation of the work I’ve been doing for the last few years in the Portland area. I cannot fit the cost of large format film and processing into my personal budget anymore. Luckily I have the support of some good friends and strangers who care enough to pledge their hard earned money to help me continue to develop my vision.
This news is being added little late here, but I’ve recently released two editions through Jen Bekman’s website 20×200. If you’re not familiar with the site, it is a very nicely curated collection of artworks available in exclusive editions at very affordable prices. Their tagline, “Art for Everyone” says it all. I’m excited to be added to the roster.
Low resolution selects from the month of October 2012.
Introducing my new blog – thewaylifeis.me. It’s a play on Maine’s state motto The Way Life Should Be (just in case you weren’t already familiar with it). Why do I need two blogs you ask? That’s a good question.
I just liked the url and thought it would be a cool place to collect my thoughts and do more writing. This blog will continue to be used mostly for posting rough edits of new images and news about my photography related endeavors. While The Way Life Is will be heavier on the words, with a tighter edit of photos mixed in.
Fifty five select images from my Instagram during the last two months…
This batch was shot sometime in April until the first of June showing Portland, Maine in all it’s ramshackle splendor. I’m still finding my stride with this project, but between this album and the earlier “Greater Portland and Fore River” post, I think there are some images that really hit the nail on the head.
It took a couple weeks to allot enough studio time to scan and color correct the remainder of my Nova Scotia film. These are still the quick and dirty, but I’m anxious to share. Together with the first batch (two posts previous) it totals 4o images that made the rough edit.
An album of 30 selects taken and edited on the iPhone from late June to the end of July…