Historic Brown Canyon Ranch is in the Huachuca Mountains of southeastern Arizona, USA. In the 20th century, the families that occupied the ranch supplied cattle for food, for the soldiers of nearby Ft. Huachuca.
I am working on adding color to my pinhole images this summer, and here is an example of this work. The images were made inside homemade pinhole cameras with paper negatives, and were developed in homemade coffee developer, coined, "caffenol".
The images were processed in Photoshop, including adding color and texture. The images were made in the summer of 2011.
This is a group solargraohy project that is making 6-month exposures from Summer Solstice to Winter Solstice, 2011. 40 photographers around the world will be making up to 5 exposures with pinhole cameras from their locales, and will then ship the cameras back to their place of origin in Spain. These photographs will then be in a future gallery exhibition in Spain.
This video documents the beginning of my 5 exposures on June 21, 2011.
There is a magnolia tree in my neighborhood, that blooms in February, before any other signs of spring appear. It brings hope of the coming season to the folks passing by, and has been doing so for at least 30 years.
This is a (hopefully ever-expanding) photographic project of several seasons of the magnolia tree's blooming.