An overcast day looking like rain, but I took a drive up to Glens Falls anyway looking for sites to photograph along the Hudson River. I didn’t expect the Glens Falls riverfront to be such a dense industrial zone, occupied by paper and pulp mills. An interesting area worth further investigations.
Views of the same location in Adams, MA. The first photographed with a digital camera, the second is a print from Fuji FP-3000B film, and the third is a scan of the paper negative from the Fuji film. Polaroid 250 camera with FP-3000B film, Sigma DP2M digital camera.
Yes, my Polaroid binge continues. I think it’s the physical involvement with the Polaroid process that draws me in. I get to participate in the image making in a different way than when shooting digital. Because it’s a large folding camera, and the film packets are also large, taking photographs is slower and more deliberate. […]
Stumbled on this side street today. I’m always on the lookout for these remnant buildings and neighborhoods of the manufacturing era in the smaller cities in New England. This street runs parallel to a canal, and is close to a site which is now an abandoned mill. The neighborhood is still alive however, with small […]
All photographic prints on the oboylephoto.com website, and on this blog are on sale for the Holidays. Print prices are marked down through the end of the year. 8×10 prints are now $45 (marked down from $60) 13×19 prints are 1/2 price @ $125 17×22 prints are 1/2 price @ $350 Follow this link to […]