January 2014 - David M. Brickman Photography Show
Opening Friday Reception on January 3, 2014 - 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Show will run from January 3 - 31, 2014
Refreshments and appetizers will be served during the opening reception.
I strive to be a Fine Art Photographer. Most of the photographs in this exhibit were taken with film and a large format camera. I like using the large format camera because of the ability that it gives the photographer to control the camera movements and provide high quality image capture. I find the process of discovering a subject then setting up and adjusting the camera to be very relaxing. Capturing the image on film is a secondary benefit. Colors, shapes, patterns, old ruins/structures appeal to me.
I prefer landscape photography being most influenced by Ansel Adams, Elliott Porter, Philip Hyde and Galen Rowell. I work almost exclusively in color. I am drawn not only to the large landscape but also the more intimate and abstract patterns that are found in nature. I enjoy the process and the end result. I hope that you also enjoy them.
Most of the photographs in this exhibit were taken with film. The processed film sent to Bill Northstrom at Laserlight Graphics were it was drum scanned to obtain a high quality digital file. There has been minimal to no digital manipulation. Nothing was removed or added. These files were then used to produce a true photographic print using a Chromira LED digital printer and Fuji Crystal Archive paper. Archival matting and framing was done by Eye Level Framing in Madison, WI. These prints all have the gray Neilson Frames.
There are various other photographic prints available on photographic paper, metal and canvas gallery wraps. Custom prints in different sizes are available. Please contact me through the BFAI.
To see David's website, click here http://dmbrickmanphotography.com/