> I remember this image very well. Three photographers and myself were coming back from a week shooting at Antelope Canyons, in Page Arizona. We were driving back to Las Vegas to catch an airplane. There was a beautiful storm forming in Arizona. One of my friends had a very nice Linhoff Panoramic 8″x17″ camera, loaded with Fuji Acros black and white film. The storm was approaching fast, and I decided to stop on our way and capture this image. I felt that the power lines with the background storm was very elegant, and I cross the route to get a good view. My friends were screaming at me, because of the electrical storm and the fact I had a wonderful antenna in my hands (the metallic camera). I did not think about it at the time, I was too involve with the view. I was lucky. I took the image (four of them actually) and come back to the car with all my senses and limbs intact, no electrical shock whatsoever. Was I smart?? No really, probably not, in fact do not try this at home 🙂
> A few years ago, I had the opportunity to visit Seattle, Washington. I took a day to photograph some of the beautiful areas in this city including an ultramodern new (at that time) public library. During one of my walks, I was able to capture this image from one of the most well know place in Seattle. I could not resist the reflection of this icon structure on a metal wall of a modern theater. The skies were stormy and bright orange from the sunset. I capture this image with a Leica M7 and black and white film, and cropped it to maintain my Hazzy style. Do you know this icon structure??
>As you can see by now, I like to photograph fog. I found fog intriguing, uncertain, somewhat melancholic, yet hopeful of lightning the path after the morning pass. I like also to capture fog with long exposure, early in the morning because the movement of the fog softness the image in this case, the fence. I purposely limited my depth of field, to give the illusion that the fence banishes, merging with the fog. Since some of you had asked before regarding the equipment I use, this image was taken with a Hasselblad 503, a 50mm lens, and Fuji Neopan 100 Acros film. I hope you enjoy the image. EA
> I wanted to thank every one that have purchased Serviette, my Facebook Fans special edition print. The responds was overwhelming. If you have not received your print yet it is because I have been working to produce each one of them, and I am meticulous in my work. I understand that some of you had difficulty purchasing the print through paypal, if this is the case, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can make arrangement to send me a check. There are a very few more prints still available before I close the edition. If you are still interested, please let me know. Once agin, thank you for your appreciation of my work.
>I am very attracted to storms and clouds. I think they provide such a rich background to black and white photography. This image was captured some years ago in Sonoma County, during the raining season. I was struck by the pile of sprinklers on the feel, resting during the raining season, waiting for the storm to provide help with the over dried field. To me, this is a beautiful example of the powerful interaction between man and nature. This image was printed on Platinum, to place emphasis on the shadow details of the sprinklers and the clouds.