ONE CAMERA, ONE ROLL, ONE DAY
At Rectangle Studio & Gallery.
When I was approached by Lee Seidenberg of Rectangle Studio with his concept for this show, and his request for me to be part of it, I immediately said yes..
It had been quite a while since I used a film camera, and I had never used the Pentax K-1000 that he had purchased just for this show.
The premise of this group show was to have a number of photographers, all with different styles, take this One Camera, the Pentax K-1000 with no bells or whistles of the modern age, along with One Roll of black and white film for One Day only and shoot what ever it is that we wanted to.
I immediately settled on the idea of attempting to shoot multiple exposures, photographing my daughter as my muse, set in the backdrop of Brooklyn, where she was born.
The results are more impressive and touching than I had anticipated.
“My BRooklyn Girl”
We were then given the task to choose only one of the images that we photographed to become the Key piece to our part of the exhibit.
I chose this shot, while there were a few that caught my eye, this photograph epitomized the goal I was trying to achieve, and this series will become part of my Story-Teller Collection.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MY “ONE ROLL”
FROM THE SHOW
MORE FROM The show & OTHER PHOTOGRAPHERS
Thank you so much to Lee and Rectangle Studio & Gallery for hosting this show, and all the other wonderful gallery experiences that you create.
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