BLK WHT PHOTOGRAPHY
B&W ALLEY (1 of 2)
One of two series based on the works of David Hilliard, who’s work tends to focus on panoramic photographs. These panoramic tend to reflect his personal life and atmosphere around him; with staged scenes he will take multiple photographs and present them side by side to complete what we know as a panoramic photo. The process to do this is strenuous and requires particular lenses to capture as well as the knowledge of correctly matching the photo/film processing. I glad took on these challenges and went off to explore the area of Detroit to capture my take on David Hilliard work.
Using Minolta SLR and a standard 35mm lens I wanted to capture parts of Detroit that tend to get overlook however with a pace of motion within the stillness of a photo.
B&W ALLEY - INDIVIDUAL IMAGERY
B&W Factory (2 of 2)
Continuation of my exploration of David Hilliard work. Captured within the Packard Plant prior to ownership change/clean up.
Using Minolta SLR and a standard 35mm lens I sought to make this version to be at a standstill to bring a drastic contrast to the motion of the first of the two.
B&W FACTORY - INDIVIDUAL IMAGERY
Admiring the reflections, precision of lines, and the hard work that went into my grandfathers self built Ford F-100. Capture a series with my Minolta SLR and processed in the darkroom; here is one image that stood out to me out of all of them.
Captured on a Minolta SLR while exploring the Suburbs of Detroit. Finding the the roses and thorns throughout. Taken on the corner of 8 Mile & Ohio St. in Detroit, MI.