All photographs are printed using Epson Premium Luster paper that has extremely
good resistance to fading of up to 75 years. Upon special request, print can be made on water resistant canvas. The inks used are pigmented to resist fading. The prints are made using an Epson Pro 4000 printer that is one of the finest on
the market today.
My early work was made with a Leica M6, with 21mm Elmarit 2.8 ,
35mm Summicron 2.0, 90mm Elmarit 2.8, 135mm Tele-Elmar 4.0, Hasselblad Xpan with Hasselblad
45mm F 4.0 and 90mm F 4.0 for panorama work. Now I currently am using a Canon EOS 40D digital camera with a Canon EFS 10-22mm,
Canon EF 17-40 mm L-USM, and Canon EF 28-135 mm IS lenses, Canon EF 70-200mm L USM plus other telephotos.
Close-up work is done with a Canon 50mm F2.5 Compact Macro EF lens.
The Canon records in 10.1 megapixels in Raw format.
Some of my early work traveling around the world was done with a Hasselblad C using a 50mm and 150mm lenses.
I also used a Mamiya 6X6 rangefinder camera as well. My early photographs are now being digitized
using a Nikon Super Coolscan 8000 scanner with incredible results.
It is so rewarding to be able to make color prints that last, compared to the early photographic processes.
Each print is made by me, personally.