April, 2007

More Potato Cellars

I got out the last couple of nights to photograph potato cellars. I began photographing the facade of the cellars about three years ago. Recently I’ve been trying to be a little more inclusive in the images. I’m starting to include other views and things associated with the cellars. Potato Cellars are a little mundane, but for some reason I feel compelled to photograph them.


Potato Cellar near Parker, ID 2007


Potato Cellar, Burton, ID 2007 (view #1)


Potato Cellar, Burton, ID 2007 (view #2)


Two Cellars (old and new), Moody, ID 2007


Clothesline and Cellar, Moody, ID 2007


Two Cellars (old and old), Moody, ID 2007


Potato Cellar Drainage Pipes, Moody, ID 2007

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End of Semester / Student Work

Winter semester is over. The end of the semester is always nice, but a few students have graduated and will really be missed. There was some nice work done in my classes this semester and I thought I’d post a few examples.

This first group is from Basic Photography. We’ve changed the class a little bit this year. We’re introducing color and digital into the class and it seemed to go well.

These photographs are from Photo II, which is an advanced black-and-white course.


N- Print (photo geek term for reducing the contrast in a high contrast scene)


Multiple Exposure / Plastic Camera


Photogram


Multiple Exposure Panoramic / Plastic Camera


Lumen Print (Photogram on black-and-white paper that wasn’t developed, but was fixed)

This last group of images is from a 19th century photographic processes class I get to teach every other year.


Platinum / Palladium Print


Tea-toned Cyanotype


Gold-toned Printing Out Paper Print


Gum Print over Cyanotype


Gold-toned Kallitype


Palladium-toned Kallitype


Platinum / Palladium Print

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