Creativo Fotografia

Monthly archives for March, 2015

Lith Printing

Lith Printing

Several years ago I discovered lith printing when getting an armload of books on photography out from the local library. It was a book by Tim Rudman and it seriously opened my eyes and heart to a way of creating images that certainly resonated with me stylistically. I resist the term photographer, as I have […]

Lith Ahoy

Lith Ahoy

I had a wonderful time at the gallery today. Connected with some friends and people travelling thru. I had some fun shooting some 35mm paper negatives with various cameras and lenses. I hope to scan them latter tonight and play. BUT the most awesome time today was mixing up some LD 20 Lith Developer and […]

Fridays….& Looking For A G...

Fridays….& Looking For A Gallery259 Partner

I don’t know what your life is like, but mine seems like there is never enough time to do what I have to do, without even approaching the subject of what I want to do. And so Friday arrives………….whew! Crossing duties is done at school, my last paid work commitment………..and there stretching in front of […]

The Times They Are A Changin’

The Times They Are A Changin’

When Gallery259 was originally conceived, the idea was to be a purely photographic gallery. And be a working gallery.Here are some of the ideas that were behind that beginning. Yes some of them have changed, but some are at the core of what Gallery259 is all about. In brief…. Art that was accessible to people […]

Analogue Resistance Mag. Vol 3.

Analogue Resistance Mag. Vol 3.

Being realistic is something I have always struggled with, (and I will try not to let the auto voices in my head condemn me as they agree). I hope to have the next issue of The Analogue Resistance Mag, Vol 3 out this week. Life seems to have gotten in the way. I was hoping […]

Time Warp.

Time Warp.

While I have usually chosen analogue as the new default for me, lately I have found myself enjoying the seeming simplicity of digital. Before I became this analogue lover, I had been totally digital, with my trusty 30D. As I started using non Canon, or vintage glass lenses, I found myself moving towards analogue. Life […]