paper negatives

Paper Negative Still Life by Jim Sincock

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I have been enjoying using paper negatives for some of the recent still life work I've been doing in my studio. They offer an interesting feel to the image, and they are a fairly quick way to take an image. I can be working on my antique business, take a short break to set up a photo, develop it in the darkroom, and get back to the antiques. It is a fun way to work!

Antique Bottle Collection Photo Series by Jim Sincock

Most who have been following my work for a long time have seen bottles from my antique bottle collection make it into my various still life photo series. My collection is fairly modest and most bottles were picked based on how they might look in one of my photographs, or the quality of light the give when I shine a studio spotlight through them. 

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A Matter of Subject by Jim Sincock

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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