Mark Stock's Photography Page 4

Mark Stock's Photography Page 4


Some Photographs I Have Made (January 1999 - November 1999)

Since I last created a photo gallery page, I have begun shooting medium format with a nifty Mamiya 645 1000s. It's bulky but good. In addition, I continue to enjoy my Minolta manual focus cameras. I shoot Kodak TMAX 100 and Royal Gold film, but think I may be getting more into Fuji, Velvia or some color negative film. I have also begun developing my own black and white film and prints. Below you can find an assortment of scans of pictures I have made.

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A stand of trees in Nichols Arboretum. This is one of the first prints I ever made. Kodak TMX 100 film, 6x4.5 neg, 182KB 8-bit gray JPEG
The Headless Thompson Gunners, a Warren Zevon cover band, on their first performance, at the Michigan League Underground. Kodak TMZ 3200 film, 35mm neg, 111KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Soon-to-be-UM-student Clarissa, after aforementioned show at the League Underground. Kodak TMY 400 film, 6x4.5 neg, 124KB 8-bit gray JPEG
The Reverend Earl Brown. What more needs be said? Kodak TMY 400 film, 6x4.5 neg, 136KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Jen, in an interesting lighting environment. This is a scan from my first really well-done print. 5"x7" prints are so much easier than those 8x10s. Kodak TMY 400 film, 35mm neg, 77KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Earl, Jen, and Joe in a very Reservoir Dogs-esque shot, don't you think? Kodak PRN 100 film, 6x4.5 neg, 190KB 24-bit JPEG
"V" is for "vandalism." Actually, it's just Joe scrawling bits of wisdom on the steps that President Kennedy stood on when he created the Peace Corps. Kodak PRN 100 film, 6x4.5 neg, 194KB 24-bit JPEG
Jen and Eleanor on graduation day, in front of Angell Hall. We took this one when the parents weren't looking. Kodak PRN 100 film, 6x4.5 neg, 165KB 24-bit JPEG
Is it real? Or is it Citrus? Kodak PRN 100 film, 6x4.5 neg, 72KB 24-bit JPEG
A beautiful sunset in July, Indian Lake, NY. Fuji Velvia film, 6x4.5 neg, 133KB 24-bit JPEG
Amateur racing meets are cool. Here is my friend Bob's Miata, taking the first turn at a meet in July. Kodak Gold 100 film, 4 35mm neg, 220KB 24-bit JPEG
Daylight filtering into the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. Kodak TMY 400 film, 6x4.5 neg, 122KB 8-bit JPEG
A stand of trees in Shenandoah National Park near the ridge road. Fuji Velvia film, negative print scanned and reversed digitally, 6x4.5 neg, 199KB 8-bit JPEG
Business end of an X-15 supersonic experimental aircraft, Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum; Kodak Tech Pan 25, 6x4.5 neg, 90KB 8-bit JPEG
Markus playing bass at a North gig... calmly following the path of the dope groove. Probably Kodak TMY 400, 6x4.5 neg, 70KB 8-bit JPEG
Ann Arbor folk hero Brian Lillie shares some of his music at the North Revolutions CD release party. Probably Kodak TMY 400, 6x4.5 neg, 78KB 8-bit JPEG

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All photos on or linked to from this page are Copyright 1999 Mark J. Stock


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