June 23 – August 19, 2018

With a selection of fine art photographs including landscapes, still-lifes, and other carefully observed images, this exhibition showcases the work of the New England Large Format Photography Collective. The group utilizes historic cameras and large sheets of film (typically 4 x 5” instead of 35mm) to work in a traditional format, producing photographs in the mode of Ansel Adams and Richard Avedon. In an age when digital photography is ubiquitous, and few photographers work with film in a darkroom, this group celebrates the detail, clarity, control, and the contemplative process offered by large-format cameras.

Image: R.J. Phil, Harry’s Place, Colchester, CT 2001. From the “Americana” series, 8 x 10, Deardorff camera, Ilford HP5+ film, PMK pyro development. Pigment ink print on Canson Platine paper.

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