The end of 2012 concluded my project The Prime Meridian.
This endeavor was intended to produce one image for each day of my 40th year as a working photographer. The year 2012 also involved me writing a novel/screenplay and developing the basis for a television series. The editing and post production of all the Prime Meridian images created in 2012 was somewhat delayed due to the demands of the other projects and those pesky other necessities such as eating and sleeping.
If you are new to my site, here are the parameters for the Prime Meridian project.
The optics employed will be only prime lenses. No zoom lenses will be employed.
Lenses from Leica, Carl Zeiss, Rollei, Nikon, Schneider and Pentax (6X7) are the only lenses used. All technical data will be shared pertaining to the realization of each image.
One photo per day will be included in the series.
Many thanks to all the wonderful people on Redbubble who have been so kind with their comments and support of my work.
Featured Artist in The Full Frame Group
Featured Artist June 2012 in Colour Me Nothing Group
Featured Artist in My Personal 365 Day Project Group
Feature image in The Best of Redbubble, June 2012
Featured Works in the following groups
Top Ten Image In BnW Photography
The Magic of Black and White
Colour Me Nothing
Black and White Enthusiasts
Black and White Photography
B&W Photography 4 You
No More Color
50mm Prime Group
Mysteries of the Past and Present
My Personal 365 Day Project
The Best of Redbubble
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Additional fine art images are available at:
The Best of the Prime Meridian
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