Link to Flickr“Hands off my juice!” Scan of a photo of my son, then aged 2-1/2, on Sept, 15, 1992. Jack’s not going to let anyone near his apple juice. Here are the exposure data that I can remember: Nikon N8008-AF. 35mm, f2.8 lens. Tri-X film exposed at ASA 400.
Picture of the Day, 2015.08.13
Picture of the Day, 2015.08.03
Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys play at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C., at a concert celebrating folk singer Doc Watson’s honorary doctorate there. Ralph Stanley is on the right. The fiddler is Curly Ray Cline. I lost the guitar picker’s name. The photo, taken May 1, 1973, is a scan from a print; the original negative has been lost. Nikkormat FTn with a Nikkor 50mm, f1,4 lens. Film was Tri-X pushed well beyond its rated ASA of 400. Click to enlarge.
Picture of the Day, 2015.08.02
Doc Watson (right) and his son, Merle, play for an audience at Appalachian State University during the celebration of the honorary doctorate that the Boone, N.C., school awarded the blind folksinger. The photo, taken May 1, 1973, is a scan from a print; the original negative has been lost. Nikkormat FTn with a Nikkor 50mm, f1,4 lens. Film was Tri-X pushed to an ASA way, way higher than the normal 400. Published as end plate of “Blind but Now I See: The Biography of Music Legend Doc Watson,” by Kent Gustavson, Ph.D., c. 2010, Blooming Twig Books, New York. Click to enlarge.