Canon Pro-2100 – My Field of Dreams

From the heart warming movie Field of Dreams; if you build a (baseball) fields, they will come. Thus the idea behind my purchase earlier this week of a brand-spanking new 24" Canon Pro-2100 printer. If I make bigger prints, I will then sell these! Up till now I mainly sell 16 x 20" prints (on... Continue Reading →

Expired Film & Serendipity

Pease be advised: Do not try to adjust your monitor! The colors you are looking at are indeed "unique". One of the interesting aspects of using expired 120 film is not knowing what might come back from the processing laboratory. Sometimes, as with the Pampas Grass photograph that I had discussed earlier this week, most... Continue Reading →

Pampas Grass – Take Two

Yesterday, I posted my lament about living in Southern California with the constant sunny days and corresponding blue skies. A very warm and cheerful place to reside, but potentially problematic if one wants to create dark and stormy photographs. Just no clouds to add to any potential drama! Oh, darn. Gerry Clausing, a good friend... Continue Reading →

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 →

Winter on Trabuco Flats

Trabuco Flats, January, 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale An unanticipated visual change to Trabuco Flats that I have recently notices are the winter conditions. In southern California during the winter months we gave brief amounts of rain. Which in turn creates a new look to the otherwise monotone brown landscape; green grass! (yes, we do not... Continue Reading →

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