I have been very busy boating since arriving down south. I have a number of water related photo projects, but to date have been more concerned with familiarizing myself with the boats and local waters than photographing. Passed this interesting old boat house on the May River, and thought it would come out well in black and white.
I took this photo in Baltimore, probably along the waterfront in 1969. I could not resist posting it after I scanned it recently.
After just finishing a Power Squadron course which included boat safety equipment, I could not resist taking this photo.
There were not only homes involved, but also businesses destroyed.
This building fassinated me when I photographed it and I wish I knew more about it. As I edit more photos of this structure I will add them here.
As I work on this scanning project along with several other projects, I seem to be getting further behind on my daily posts. Will work on catching up this week.
I am scanning some more of the Baltimore Project photos from 1968 – 69. New scanner and software are providing me with the ability to get some more detail out of these old negatives. In this particular photo, I am going to work on cropping it along with deciding whether to remove any of the wires or not.
This beautiful old mill is on the McCormick Homestead.
My initial experiments taking photographs from a boat underway seem to be going well. I was particularly concerned with maintaining details, which at a high shutter speed seem to be no problem.
Starting to explore the local waters around Port Royal Sound and photograph some of my favorite subjects from those waters.