Hasselblad 32e extension tube results

Memory Pods, copyright 2019 Douglas Stockdale Last month I wrote about acquiring a 32e (32mm) extension tube for my Hasselblad to continue my Memory Pods project. As I stated last month, the intent was to use this single extension tube in conjunction with the 120mm Makro lens in order to obtain an image of my... Continue Reading →

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Canon Pro-1 color icc profiles

Untitled, (Memory Pods), 2015 copyright Douglas Stockdale Day two of installing my Canon Pro-1 printer and after getting the basics in place as I wrote about yesterday, the next step was creating the color profiles (icc profiles) for my printing papers. I am starting with my basic proofing paper. This involved creating my first paper... Continue Reading →

Canon Pro-1 printer in the studio

Memory Pods, March 2015 copyright Douglas Stockdale Yes, there is a slightly used Canon Pro-1 printer now sitting in the studio. The Epson 4800 is in the storage area pending a posting on Craig's List, which will also includes a new in-the-box 220ml Photo Black ink cartridge. The Canon Pro-1 is only 13" wide but... Continue Reading →

32-E extension tube for Hasselblad

Hasselblad 503cx with 32-E Extension tube and 120mm Planar Makro 2019 copyright by Douglas Stockdale I just noticed that my Memory Pods subjects are just starting to bud and as I stated at the end of last year for this seasonal year I needed to augment my 120mm Makro lens with an extension tube. Primarily to... Continue Reading →

Memory Pods featured today on VoyageLA.com

Untitled (Memory Pods) 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very honored that VoyageLA.com, a local Southern on-line magazine that features LA's Most Inspiring Stories, posted a shout-out about my recent Instagram post for my Memory Pods project. I was featured in the section for An Artistic Voyage (Exploring Local Creative and Artist Works); as now Trending (it's at... Continue Reading →

Ghost

  Part of resuming my work on my Memory Pods project has been to re-examine some of the earlier photographs. Case in point is this photograph that I had titled Ghost III. In the context of the larger body of work for my investigation, this somewhat abstract photograph is a portrait of the plant without... Continue Reading →

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