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I am a professional nature photographer and certified master naturalist. I spend every available moment I have exploring the landscape and printing my work in the darkroom. Large format photography is the simplest and purest form of photography in my opinion. I love every aspect of the process.
I primarily work with large format film, but I also use a number of other mediums such as paper negatives, X-ray films, dry plates, direct positives, and others. I have mastered a number of printing methods to include: silver gelatin enlargements, contact prints, direct positives, paper negatives, wet plate collodion, pure platinum printing, and several alternative printing techniques.
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