Mark Stock's Photography Page 3

Mark Stock's Photography Page 3


Some Photographs I Have Made (August 1997 - Sept. 1998)

Well, I currently use Kodak T-MAX and Kodak Royal Gold 25, 100 and 1000 speed film in a Minolta XG1 camera with a 55mm f1.7, 28mm f2.8 fixed focal length lenses, a 75-260mm f4.5 zoom with macro, and most recently, a 7.5mm f4 Rokkor fisheye lens. Just thought you'd like to know that its mostly manual stuff, pretty inexpensive, and very versatile.

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My friend Jen, posing in an organic sculpture on Central Campus near State and North University Streets. Kodak Gold 100 film, 65KB 24-bit JPEG
A flower from the orchid display in the conservatory at Matthei Botanical Gardens here au U-Mich. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 194KB 24-bit JPEG
My buddies Markus Nee and Joe Mancuso, members of the band North, playing a gig at Leonardo's, a coffee shop and student hang-out on U-M's North Campus. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 126KB 24-bit JPEG
Joe, at the same show. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 41KB 24-bit JPEG
A 2 second exposure during a great lightning storm in July of 1998. I just set the tripod up on my balcony and shot 2 rolls of film. This is one of the best ones. Kodak Gold 100 film, 72KB 24-bit JPEG
The Chelsea Fair holds a demolition derby every year in August. It's a piece of Americana, go to one if you ever get the chance. Kodak Royal Gold 400 film, 216KB 24-bit JPEG
Here is my car, a shiny Acura, parked next to The Tarn in Acadia National Park. This was the second of three destinations on the SNC World Tour-East Coast 1998. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 204KB 24-bit JPEG
Here I am posing in the backyard of the house on Old Westbury Gardens, on Long Island, NY. That fisheye lens is nuts, isn't it? Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 106KB 24-bit JPEG
This is a view of the interior lobby of the Javits Convention Center in NYC. You've probably seen it on some MCI or Mac commercial, anyway. Enjoy. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 204KB 24-bit JPEG
Fisheye view of Times Square, from right in front of the George M. Cohan statue, looking up... that place is cool. Kodak Gold 100 film, 202KB 24-bit JPEG
This is the island on the USS Intrepid, a museum ship anchored on the West side of Manhattan. Its pretty cool. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 244KB 24-bit JPEG
Another fisheye view, this time of the atrium in the middle of the Guggenheim Museum. The special exhibit was motorcycles and America, but the geometry in this fisheye view was too cool to pass up. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 177KB 24-bit JPEG
This is a no-flash picture of an ancient Chinese suit of armor taken from inside the NYC Metropolitan Museum of Art. This took some serious Photoshop work. Kodak Royal Gold 100 film, 313KB 24-bit JPEG

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All photos on or linked to from this page are Copyright 1997, 1998 Mark J. Stock


Mark J. Stock, Alumnus, Aerospace Engineering, The University of Michigan