When 36 megapixel DSLRs became available in 2012 I borrowed one for a test. Although it produced a 20X30 print that rivaled or even exceeded 4X5 film I wanted bigger and I wanted broader. I found the camera could produce panoramas up to 8 foot long with a bit of help from Photoshop. In 2013 I took the plunge and purchased a camera that could use my vintage wide angle lenses and began photographing a subject I keep returning to: flooding of the Mississippi River. I continued photographing the river in all seasons and also photographed the strange natural and even stranger man-made landscape of the desert southwest. Prints are 16X60 or 16X48 Archival Pigment Prints on Baryta type paper.
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