So I know it’s been a while since I updated my blog – things are kind of crazy between school and work, and I’m trying to keep up with everything as it is. (I’d rather be in the darkroom printing than sitting in front of a computer blogging anyway.) This is a series of self [...]
My final project for my photography class this semester, return trips. a series focusing on my trips back to Jersey, through the eyes of half a tourist. My obsession with home continued, but in a detached way that only intensified after the hurricane – the first major event to happen at home that I did not [...]
Caroline David. Yashica Mat EM + expired Tri-X 400
A selection of the darkroom prints I created for my photo class this month. I had my critique on Monday and finally scanned all of these in today. (I am saving a few photos for a bigger project, excited to release it sometime at the beginning of next year!) I’m happy with how my printing [...]
Darkroom prints from the first month of the semester – mostly learning how to use the darkroom and how a camera works. First time printing 120 properly, which was a successful venture. :) We’re currently printing on Ilford Multigrade RC, although I’d like to be printing on fiber before the end of the semester. I’m [...]
“He was working at the Brooklyn Flea on a Saturday afternoon following a massive storm, and I was immediately drawn to him when I walked into his booth. I asked if I could take his portrait and he shrugged and looked directly at me.” September 8, 2012
Darkroom work from the past semester. Kelly at Grounds for Sculpture my tattoo caught in a patch of light at Grounds for Sculpture some portraits This only goes up to April or so; anything I completed after that hasn’t been scanned yet but will at some point make it onto the internet. :) This post [...]
Emil and I took the train into the city and took the subway to Pratt over spring break. We met up with a former classmate and one of my future classmates, met up with Sandy and Michelle at Spice, and walked all over the city because we just didn’t want to go home yet.