8 responses to “Hmmm, Good”

  1. Sean says:

    This photograph of your photographs makes me happy.

  2. Awesomely enigmatic. It’s not a thing I do, but the process of photographing photographs in some sort of context is really an interesting one.

  3. Mike says:

    A photograph takes you immediately back to the time and place when you took it. Camera used, lens, film stock; it’s all there. Photographs are time travellers. Dead projects are markers on the way to successful ones.


  4. Love those little prints. A friend of mine did some prints along those lines and hung them up on a clothes line sort of thing at an art show a while back. He sold a good number of them as I recall. Anyway, you mentioned books in one of your replies and I’m curious what sort of books you put prints like these in. I’ve been in the habit lately of printing things I like on the spot during editing to 8.5×11 or maybe 4×6 paper. They end up in boxes or sometimes sleeved portfolio books (I do hate plastic sleeves though.) I just did one project in a screw post binder with bare sheets. Really liking that but it’s probably not practical (and a bit cost prohibitive) for random stuff I like enough to print. Trying to figure out other possible destinations for smallish prints. Here’s my recent write-up on my latest print project if you’re interested: http://www.michaelconnellphoto.com/blog/2015/3/8/the-austin-power-plant-project

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