Tag Archives: monochrome

silvery moon

Toronto. “by the light of the silvery moon” goes a line in a very old song. Ansel Adams made a photograph in 1941 called “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico“.  It was so popular he made thousands of prints and at auction … Continue reading

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darkroom dreamin on a winter’s day

Toronto. To paraphrase the Mamas and Papas 1966 song, “California Dreamin” – and it’s not winter yet. In the days of film, all the magic took place in the darkroom under the dim glow of the ruby or later dirty … Continue reading

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Rare (American) Photographs colorized

Toronto. George Dunbar sent me an email yesterday with a link to liveleak,com. The link takes you to a 9 minute video (with music) showing a number of photographs spanning the mid 1800s to mid 1900s. According to the site, … Continue reading

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