Mark Stock's Photography Page 5

Mark Stock's Photography Page 5


Some Photographs I Have Made (January 2000 - May 2000)

I shoot 35mm, 120, and 4x5 black and white and color print and slide film. Basically, I try anything I can; some stuff works, and some does not. I hope you enjoy looking at these as much as I enjoyed making them. Thank you.

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Downtown Chicago from the lounge at the top of the John Hancock Center; visible are Michigan Ave, the Sears Tower, and Navy Pier. Kodak TMZ 3200 film (shot at 1600), 35mm neg, 103KB 8-bit gray JPEG
(L to R) Scott Johnson, Jeff Balcerski, Mike, and David Greene; we're using the new Sprint Time-Traveller phone to make a reservation at The Cheesecake Factory 2 hours ago. Our table should be ready right about now. Kodak TMZ 3200 film (shot at 1600), 35mm neg, 87 KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Johnstown Cats music director Mike Sasena ponders existence at a Citgo by mile 41. Kodak TMZ 3200 film (shot at 1600), 35mm neg, 80KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Markus walking the bassline around during a North show early in the year. Kodak TMZ 3200 film (shot at 1600), 35mm neg, 56KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Portrait of Mark Stock by Michelle Nee through a fisheye lens; image copyright 2000 Michelle Nee. Kodak TMZ 3200 film (shot at 1600), 35mm neg, 174KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Fisheye self-portrait from the chrysler rental; taken somewhere along the hot highway from the CA-AZ border to Phoenix; Kodak PX, 35mm neg, 91KB 8-bit gray JPEG
Grand Canyon at sunrise from Moran Point, part of the SNC World Tour West 2000 expedition; Fuji Velvia, 6x4.5 slide, 244KB 24-bit JPEG
Grand Canyon just after sunrise from Yavapi Point; both this image and the one above were taken from a Kodak Pro Photo CD; Fuji Velvia, 6x4.5 slide, 144KB 24-bit JPEG
Grand Canyon, the same sunrise, who really knows from where? A better question: does it matter? Fuji Velvia, 6x4.5 slide, 99KB 24-bit JPEG
Bark on a tree in the Mariposa grove of Yosemite...nice texture; Fuji Velvia, 6x4.5 slide, 160KB 24-bit JPEG
A view of lower Yosemite Valley in the morning sun; Kodak TMX, 6x4.5 neg, 180KB 8-bit JPEG
Another of many beautiful and raging waterfalls around Yosemite during May, the snowmelt was fully underway and the thunder of falls can be heard most anywhere we went; Fuji Velvia, 6x4.5 slide, 141KB 24-bit JPEG
In the Yosemite valley; I have a version of this image in 1600x1200 for a desktop background, if you're interested; Kodak TMX, 6x4.5 neg, 266KB 8-bit JPEG
A scrawny and detailed tree along a rocky ridge on the Tioga road through Yosemite National Park; Kodak TMX, 6x4.5 neg, 417KB 8-bit JPEG
Along the same ridge; Kodak TMX, 6x4.5 neg, 91KB 8-bit JPEG
Also along the same ridge; Fuji Velvia, 6x4.5 slide, 80KB 24-bit JPEG
Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls, from the parking lot across the green; who says you can't see anything beautiful from the road? Kodak TMX, 6x4.5 neg, 183KB 8-bit JPEG

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All photos on or linked to from this page are Copyright 2000 Mark J. Stock unless otherwise noted.


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