Site Update for Jim Sincock Photography

It seems like I'm always updating my websites, doesn't it? Well I have done it once again, this time updating www.jimsincockphotography.com to have a similar look as Interrobang, and to have easier online print ordering. That site will eventually have my full collection of landscape and industrial landscape images which will be available for purchase as open edition prints on various print materials. Many images will also be available for stock licensing, just ask. 

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A Matter of Subject

I moved into my studio at the 16th Street Studio in the Racine Business Center in the Spring of 2014 and have created hundreds of photos in the studio and around the old factory building. My cameras and media have range from iPhone digital to 8x10 tintypes and most things in-between. 

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Sony a7RII vs. 4x5 Film

There is something about using a 4x5 camera and shooting real film that I haven't been able to let go of in this digital world. I've always assumed 4x5 film would be better than any digital that I could afford, just as I assumed traditional silver printing would always be better than inkjet printing. After years of making carbon inkjet prints alongside silver gelatin prints, I found there are times where the digital carbon inkjet print was clearly better than the silver gelatin print I made. So what about my film vs. digital question?

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