Process: Photography

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Process: PhotographyFebruary 28 – April 7, 2013

Opening Reception, Sunday, March 3, 4 – 6 pm (free)

Artists’ Show and Tell, Sunday, April 7, 2:00 pm (free)



Green Alumascape (left) by Frank Hallam Day was shot with a Canon 5D Mk II.

Iris Throne, (right) by Robert Creamer was ‘shot’ with an Epsom 1000XL scanner.

Process: Photography brings together established and emerging regional talent to demonstrate the capabilities and characteristics of a wide variety of picture taking devices. Images from over fifteen different types of equipment are represented.


Dirty Heads (left) by Andrew Seeds, Ph.D at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute was created with digital microscopy.

Magnifications: Moth (right) by Andrew Zimmermann and Everitt Clark was created with a camera they made using one room as a light room, another as a dark room and fitting a lens and 20 x 24 inch sheet of film in the separating door.

Represented in Process: Photography are John Brown, Robert Creamer, Jim Darling, Frank Hallam Day(represented by Addison Ripley Fine Art), Roger Foster, Reed A. George, Andrew Z. Glickman, Maxwell MacKenzie, Phil Nesmith, Christos J. Palios, Hal Rummel, Jim Steele, Craig Sterling, The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Andrew Zimmermann and Everitt Clark.

On Sunday, April 7 at 2:00 many of the exhibitors will participate in a panel discussion where they will discuss and demonstrate the characteristics, advantages, and quirks of their particular cameras including a Stereoscopic camera from the 1960s designed to allow amateurs to capture 3D images.

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~ by Phil Nesmith on February 18, 2013.

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