Date: January, 2000
Description: All Antarctica photographs were taken with film. I packed chrome and negs because that was back in the pre-digital era. Fortunately for me enough of my film choices were of the Kodak brand. My master darkroom printer (a human) had to turn the slides into inter-negs and he suggested that he print (all traditionally dark-room printing) on Kodak Metallic paper. The results were so astonishing that when he brought my work up to Kodak, they immediately made me a professional partner. I traveled to Antarctica for the penguins but was blown away by the landscape...or should I say the icescape...but I did enjoy photographing the penguins and here's one. My exhibition Antarctica: Journey to the Extreme had its debut in the McCroy Gallery of the New York Hall of Science and now this body of work is in the permanent collection of Molloy College but digital prints are available.
All images print without the Photo Art Pavilion watermark.
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