A scan of a Fujifilm FP-3000B instant print, and the paper negative from the peel apart process. The negative shows some solarizing effect. The peel apart films are unique, and as far as I know are only made currently by Fujifilm. In fact the B&W FP-3000B has been discontinued, and can be found online at […]
Same location photographed with 2 different cameras. The first image is from a Sigma DP2 Merrill camera, a digital camera that has very high image quality, and produces files with remarkable contrast and detail. The second image was photographed with a 4×5 view camera fit with a Polaroid back, shooting Fujifilm FP-3000B45 film, a film […]
Summer weather has finally arrived, even if the water is still cold. I have been photographing places where I used to swim as a child, places with summer memories attached. It’s part of my larger project photographing along the Housatonic River and its tributaries. This public beach is on Plunkett Lake In Hinsdale MA. The […]
East branch of the Housatonic River in Dalton, MA. I’m interested in the river as a memory path through the landscape. Along the banks are the ruins of early 18th and 19th century industrial activities – paper, woolen and cotton mills. It’s also a river with many personal memories. When I was 10 I dragged […]
Spotted this carved tree along the Appalachian Trail between Dalton and Cheshire, MA. Many hundreds (thousands?) of AT hikers pass through Dalton each year, stopping in town for a short stay to pick up packages at the post office, buy groceries, eat large at the local restaurants, do laundry, then move on, most heading north […]
Print sale – 20% off all prints through the end of the December 2013. Visit my new website at shaunoboyle.photoshelter.com and use the coupon code HOLIDAY2013 to receive a 20% discount on your entire order. There is still time before Christmas!
Elvis guitar,popcorn container and piggy bank, found along the Housatonic River in Pittsfield, MA. I’ve been collection artifacts from my photography trips along the river. It’s becoming an interesting collection of odd, unexpected bits of natural and man made detritus, including bricks, lumps of coal, glass, nuts & seeds, a wasp nest, deer antlers, an […]