Writing with Light
Late February seems awfully late for a first snowfall, but that is where we are this year in Wake Forest, North Carolina. I hope that you enjoy these tranquil scenes of the sun starting to shine through the snowy trees after 3 inches fell the night before.
I am pleased to announce that I have put a gallery on this site showcasing recent film work done in New Mexico. The films represented are Kodak Tri-X, Kodak Ektar, and Kodak Portra 800. The images have been made on either 4×5 film or 120 film in a 6x6cm format. Visiting Northern New Mexico again for the first time in six years was an excellent experience! We flew into Albuquerque, spent some time there, and then relocated to the little […]
Culling down a selection of images for 2019 that represent the best has been a difficult task this time around. As such, there’s more here than I presented in the Best of 2018 post from last year. All 3 formats that I shoot in are represented here, but with most of the work being made with the Minolta Autocord in the 6×6 format. Having gotten to visit Northern New Mexico, Charleston, South Carolina, and the North Carolina Mountains and Coast […]
My guide to developing C-41 using Flexicolor chemistry at home can now be found at: https://www.kabbottphoto.com/c-41-with-kodak-flexicolor-at-home/ I intend to keep this guide updated and so I have made it a top-level page of this website. You’ll find a quick link to it in the menu. Now to start writing the guide to mixing and using Kodak XTol!
Summer in the North Carolina Mountains can be a fascinating time. It usually gets muggy, the wildflowers are typically done, but the waterfalls have good flow and there is greenery everywhere. This past summer, I had the opportunity to make some large format images in this region and wanted to share those here in that post: