Birthed from the Knik Glacier in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the 25-mile long Knik River is characterized by a broad flat plain with a bed of finely ground gravel and sand and silt. Derived from the Inupiaq word for fire, Igniq, “Knik” is present in the names of the river, the arm of Cook Inlet, the glacier, and the surrounding communities of Knik-Fairview and Knik River.
Chamonix 045N-2, 210mm Caltar II-N, Orange filter, f45-1/15th sec, TMax 400, D76 1:1.
Photographer Hoshi Yoshida photographs the Mountain Bike World Cup Races with a Leica M6 film camera to obtain an analog perspective, and challenge.
Need a little inspiration to get out and photograph? Try this 12-shot challenge. It’ll get your blood moving for sure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ–S-wG_lk.
Small waterfalls and cascades can be found throughout the Turnagain Arm areas south of Anchorage.
Nikon FM2, 24mm 2.8, TMax 100, Orange filter, D76 1:1.
Check out the epic images of Tim Mantoani as he captures the men and women behind some of the most iconic photographs in history. http://sdcitybeat.com/article-17026-Tim-Mantoani-archives-the-people-behind-the-world%E2%80%99s-most-iconic-photography.html
An exercise in light.
Chamonix 045N-2, 210mm Caltar II-N, f32-1/30th sec, Arista EDU Ultra 200, AlienBees B1600 strobes,D76 1:1.
Photographer Christine Eadie talks about growing into the Tintype Process. http://monovisions.com/christine-eadie-interview-with-tintype-photographer/