The B&W Journey
A black and white image holds over 150 years of photo history. The archival quality of a negative is both timeless and simple in form and color. Black and white negatives takes up a physical space that is incomparable to a digital image file. As much as cameras, technology, and color evolve, black and white film photography continues to thrive.
From The B&W Journey
The following images are photograms. Drawings from a sketchbook are cut out and placed directly on photo paper in the darkroom to create an “instant” and maleable negative.
Baltimore / 2014
From The Darkroom Series