Lincoln, United States
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Apuntado : April 18, 2012
Sitio web http://photo.shapse.com
Computers, Photoshop and desktop printing have allowed me to return to the darkroom - the digital darkroom where I cannot only crop, dodge and burn, but remake the image entirely. However, I prefer to remain true to the pure image, though I'm not afraid to experiment from time to time with intriguing results.
The images I produce today are digitally based. Digital images are shot with a Nikon D70 and number of different point-and-shoot cameras, and my cell phone. Prints are made on archival Epson and Ilford papers using a Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II. The prints are then matted using Crescent Museum Rag board, an acid-free archival material.
Many of my images reflect time spent each summer on the island of Martha's Vineyard off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. However, there are images of Boston, NYC and St. Louis. I consider my work eclectic and will shoot whatever my eye finds intriguing, whether it is a classic image, a slice of the commonplace, or an odd angle that disguises or distorts.