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Nathan Is one of an increasingly small number of photographers who print their photographs by hand. It is a skill that is disappearing. In each instance a piece of 4x5 film is exposed in a camera very similar to the ones used by the great landscape masters of the last century. Photographers such as Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Paul Strand used cameras and techniques identical to those used to create these photographs. The negatives were then taken to a wet darkroom, placed in an enlarger and had exposed onto silver based photographic paper. Because of this no two photographs will ever be identically the same, even from the same piece of film. That is the beauty of the hand made print, and in that sense all of these photographs are "one of a kind" photographic originals. All of the photographs in this gallery are hand printed on silver based paper. No digital techniques are used.
One Seed Junipers on the Pecos River by Nathan Mccreery
Lichen Rock Bisti Badlands New Mexico by Nathan Mccreery
La Capilla San Patricio New Mexico by Nathan Mccreery
Graveyard San Patricio New Mexico by Nathan Mccreery
Agave Plant San Xavier del Bac by Nathan Mccreery
La Mision San Xavier del Bac by Nathan Mccreery
Sunlit Cliffs New Mexico by Nathan Mccreery
Surf and Stream Cape Meares Oregon by Nathan Mccreery
Winter Grasses Snow by Nathan Mccreery
The Old Man of the Sea - Strait of Juan de Fuca by Nathan Mccreery
Narrows of the Virgin River by Nathan Mccreery