View Full Version : where can i see your work?

james norman
17-Jul-2000, 21:37
a question a few threads back made me think how interesting it would be to to se e the work of some of the contributors here. we seem to have a wide range of bo th technological expertise and photographic vision represented here. some of us do commercial work, some are artists, some teach and some are learning, some, a pparently, simply live photography. if there is a website where your work is di splayed, please post the URL and let's share some of what we see in the world. (i do HABS/HAER work in oregon - bridges, historic architecture, etc. - http://w ww.odot.state.or.us/eshtm/cult.htm )

Robert A. Zeichner
17-Jul-2000, 21:43
Please visit anytime. http://www.razeichner.com

Douglas Broussard
17-Jul-2000, 22:09
Here. (http://www.best.com/~vought/photos/lf.html) I've quite a few new things that aren't up there, as I don't own a scanner.

C.W. Dean
17-Jul-2000, 23:02
Best regards & Good Photography!

C. W. Dean

Practicing Professional Photography since 1972

Photography Samples: http://www.erols.com/cwdean/home.htm

Dan Skahan
17-Jul-2000, 23:20
I just took a look at the above websites. Very very nice work guys. Please visit my humble page. http://www.homestead.com/postcardsfromearth/index.html

Yaakov Asher Sinclair
18-Jul-2000, 04:53
I've only one LF image that I think is somewhat successful: http://www.virtual.co.il/education/education/ohr/seasons/5760/shevat. htm Best wishes,

Yaakov Asher Sinclair
18-Jul-2000, 05:00
try again: www.virtual.co.il/education/education/ohr/seasons/5760/shevat.htm

Chad Jarvis
18-Jul-2000, 08:19
www.redhillphoto.com (http://www.redhillphoto.com)

Jeff White
18-Jul-2000, 10:12
I am in the process of creating a new site but here is the site that I have had for the last couple of years. Photography by Jeff White (http://www.jeffsphotos.com/index1.htm). Enjoy!

Carl Weese
18-Jul-2000, 10:31
Here is my site, filled mostly with large and ultra-large format work:



Darron Spohn
18-Jul-2000, 12:16
photobitstream.com (http://www.photobitstream.com)

Warning: most of the work displayed is medium format and 35mm. But there will be large format stuff there soon.

Don Sparks
18-Jul-2000, 12:56
I have some photos at www.photo.net...look under galleries...public portfolios by artist.....scroll down to my name. 4X5 & medium format.

QT Luong
18-Jul-2000, 15:23
If your site has any substantial amount of LF images, please add a link to it using < a href = "http://www.greenspun.com/boohoo/related.tcl?page_id=TuanLF"> Links to LF photographers</a> from the main page. I know there are already lots of links there, but in the future I'll try to provide a more user-friendly presentation.

Trevor Crone
18-Jul-2000, 16:04
Only one image at present: http://www.gre.ac.uk/directory/woodlandsgallery/artis ts1/trevor.html

Thanks, Trevor.

Jan erala
18-Jul-2000, 16:33
If you're not afraid for the finnish language, take a look at www.itameri.net Mostly pictures with 6x17 and 8x10.

Sean Billy Bob Boy yates
18-Jul-2000, 19:41
Have any of you considered attaching your page to the list of L.F. photographers here?


Richard S. Ross
20-Jul-2000, 16:20
Ah, a legit excuse here for shameless self promotion...



Rob Tucher
20-Jul-2000, 18:13
Have I met you? I met someone who shoots HABS/HAER in Oregon at the Historic Roads conference in Morristown, NJ a few months ago. I also do HABS/HAER extensively, but here on the East Coast mainly, though I've done the Klamath County Courthouse and the Molalla High School in 8x10 out your way. I do not have a site as of yet but will soon I hope. We are working on it.

Rob Tucher

Kerry L. Thalmann
26-Jul-2000, 04:10
In addition to my personal homepage at:


You can also see some of my work on the PhotoTripUSA site at:

http://www.phototripusa.com/E_gallery_0299.html (Pacific Northwest Showcase)

http://www.phototripusa.com/E_gallery_0299.html (National Parks of the West Showcase)


2-Aug-2000, 00:13
I finally got my site back up and working (@Home made some changes, thank you very little) and am in the process of getting things reformatted so there may be some inconsistency in the way pages look. That being said, here's my site:


Like so many of the others I have enjoyed seeing all of you folks labors, congratulations and thanks for sharing.