Cascade – Spring – Placerita Canyon – Take two

I recently discussed that I will have a series of photographic prints for sale at my gallery, Fabrik Projects, in Los Angeles. The photograph I featured in that post was from my Foundations project, Cascade, Spring, Placerita Canyon that I photographed in 2006 with the Hasselblad using Kodak color negative film. I have made a... Continue Reading →

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Selling loose prints at Fabrik Projects

My gallery, Fabrik Projects, has started making available loose, unmated prints available for sale. When I was asked to submit a few photographs my initial response was if I were to participate, which ones? First; participation. At one time I had thought of a bin of loose prints, even adequately protected for handling, as something... Continue Reading →

Ode to Father’s Day

  What can you say about Father's Day that perhaps has not already been said; it's one of the one days for the guys who are dad's. We come in all shapes and sizes. Thank goodness! This day for me is also bittersweet as my father has been gone for too long, but that does... Continue Reading →

Winter Seascapes – January 2019

San Clement North Beach, January 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale Being an old school landscape photographer, I am probably also a bit of a romantic, thus I find that I cannot ignore a potential sublime landscape image when the opportunity arises. While dropping off Ella at the San Clemente train station (yes, the train station is... Continue Reading →

Trabuco Flats – mystery noir?

Mysterious Circumstance site 9, Trabuco Flats, 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale Another aspect of experimental/play with my Trabuco Flats project is creating a pure black and white version, that would of course be my noir (dark) version. Why not? Or maybe a slight color tint to a black & white? So this long weekend while attending... Continue Reading →

Morning walk – Path to Somewhere

Tijeras Creek trail December 2017 copyright Douglas Stockdale Realizing that I am... 1.) continuing to take morning walks and... 2.) I bring a camera to document some aspect of this experience, I... 3.) realize I have a formal photographic project in process and (finally).. 4.) have given it a working title: Path to Somewhere. Thus... Continue Reading →

Beach walk & staying heart healthy

Beach walk, Crystal Cove State Park beach, December 2017 copyright Douglas Stockdale I will have to admit that one of the great things about living in Southern California is that you are usually not that far from the Pacific Ocean beach and living in south Orange County, the beach is a 15 to 20 minute... Continue Reading →

Morning walks – staying off the grid

Tijeras Creek Trail, December 2017 copyright Douglas Stockdale Earlier I had discussed how my morning walks have taken a bit of detour off into the "wild" as a trade-in for the neighborhood sidewalks and my usual route for the past many years. After a number of experiment/play photographs documenting my walks with the cell phone... Continue Reading →

Bluewater Shore – scaling up larger prints

Big Raft,¬†Bluewater Shore, 2017 copyright¬†Douglas Stockdale Recently I have been evaluating the enlargement of photographic images from Bluewater Shore beyond the 15 x 15" prints that I can make on my Epson 4800 printer. The idea was three-fold; what did this image look like in a larger size (kinda of obvious), if a larger print... Continue Reading →

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