I am raising money to buy paper and ink to make prints for the Transgender Day of Visibility events. GoFundMe link here. Project description here.
I will probably be taking a road trip between March 7 to 12, 2019 (dates are somewhat flexible), traveling mainly between San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego and back. My goal is to take photos for my projects, especially for the “Hearts on Our Sleeves – gender expansive community in America” (see project description and sample images here). For it to be successful, I need couch-surfing space (I do snore, sorry) and of course people willing to be in front of the camera. If you are interested in the project, or know someone who is, please contact me at email@example.com. […]
In 2011 and 2012, I went to photograph the Occupy Wall Street protests and the Occupy Oakland protests and the police responses. Some of my favorite images are now at the gallery.
I love panoramic images, so much that I have a 617 view camera and an XPan. Really glad that there is a panoramic display plugin for WordPress. NOTE: you can scroll horizontally with the images to see the full width! Hopefully now I can post panoramic images and not have them crop or otherwise being display in funky ways.
The website was getting a bit stale and in need of a redesign. Thanks to the amazing web designer at Fantastic Realities, this is now a WordPress powered site. I have been blogging on the new site for a couple months now, and tonight the old URL http://richardmanphoto.com redirects to this site http://richardman.photo. You can still contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Meanwhile, please enjoy this sunset photo of the Oakland cranes, rumored to be the inspiration for the Star Wars “At-At” Imperial walkers.
“Way of the Dancing Brush” Yes, I know this is a photography blog 🙂 However, I am also a Chinese calligrapher. My speciality is large scale calligraphy – words that are 3 feet or larger. They look great at your home, in yoga studios, martial arts schools etc. More details on my work and how to purchase forthcoming.
Go over here to buy cards! Perfect for the holidays! http://richardman.photo/photogallery/gallery1/
Jeremie, posing for another portrait for the Heart on Our Sleeves project, portraits of transgender people on 4×5 large format film. They ballet dance for fun, and we tried a couple poses. This one comes out nicely.
This and the follow-up posts are the results and observations of comparing four slow/medium speed 120 B&W films: Rollei RPX-25, Ilford Pan F+ 50, Rollei Retro 80S, and Fuji Acros 100. The number at the end of each name is the ISO speed of the film (so called box speed). These are some of the slowest general purpose B&W films available today (Acros has been discontinued in early 2018 but still can be purchased at a few online places). I used 4 different film backs on my Hasselblad 203FE with a sturdy FLM tripod so I can take four images […]
I love my 4×5 for portrait and landscape work. Nevertheless, it is without questions that medium format is more flexible. To see how far I can push medium format, I borrowed 2 film backs, in addition to my 2 backs, I will be doing some testing on some slow and medium speed film: Rollei RPX25, Ilford Pan F+ 50, Rollei Retro 80S, and Fuji Acros 100 (sadly discontinued earlier this year) Be back in a few days with some results! #ishootfilm #filmisnotdead #hasselblad #hasselblad203fe