Thursday, March 02, 2023

Processing Film

A few weeks ago, we had a very successful day in the darkroom. We had 2 groups go through and process film, and everyone's turned out. Here's a quick short I shared @PhotoStenzel on Instagram:

Here are 2 videos from last semester in the darkroom of my boys making their first darkroom prints.

Friday, February 24, 2023

This Makes Me Want To See The Art EVEN HARDER

Seen at the entrance of the Goldstein Museum of Design.

Thursday, February 16, 2023

How to Finish

This is important to remember in all aspects of life, but especially for art making:

Friday, February 03, 2023

How Technicolor Changed Movies

This is just a bit of an interesting history of Technicolor, along with 3 "lies" (or just filmmaking tricks) with regards to the Technicolor usage in "The Wizard of Oz:"

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Film and Paper Order!

Here's around $800 of B&W film and paper sitting in my office for my 3 courses at Concordia University this semester:

70 rolls of film and 38 packs of paper!

Monday, January 09, 2023

New Semester

I start a new semester teaching at Concordia University tomorrow, and then the University of Minnesota next week. Here's a pic from the end of last semester when I was collecting the last 35mm cameras from my students to return to my office:

Monday, December 26, 2022

Sweet Email After Finals

All grades have just been submitted, and I'm a free man for the next week or so! After my first final about 10 days ago, I got this very sweet email from a student in my early design class at the University of Minnesota:

[click to enlarge]

Thursday, December 08, 2022

Notes on My Door From Students

As we're starting to wrap up the semester at Concordia University (where I showed pics of students in the darkroom and where they printed some great photograms), I've been opening the darkroom 4 hours early a few days each week. I came in at our normal class time after having the lab open all morning to find this note on my door:

It's crunch time!!...

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