CAUTION - VINTAGE IMAGES - HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT - FILM ERA - 15 YEARS AGO -IMPERFECT
These images were shot at the end of the film era, a time where perfection was elusive.
Their story - In the film days all color underwater photography looked light, milky blue with a half seen blurry subject. The significance of the my photographic series "Diving Dog" is that I had solved the problem of color, contrast and clarity in a non digital world.
I solved the color problem by not shooting color film at all. I photographed the dog using b&w infrared film in an underwater camera. Infrared film on a b&w print has the appearance of living things (trees, people, animals) glowing, while the use of a red filter turns all blues dark. ...
I have a backlog of 30,000 images, if you want ADDITIONAL CHOICES, or an image turned BLACK & WHITE, please contact me directly. Thanks.
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All Images copyright Jill Reger (copyright information below)
I have been a professional photographer for 20 years. Four years ago a series of random events brought me to the world of automobiles. I immediately became addicted.
After attending Brooks Institute of photography, I returned to my home town (Phoenix) to pursue a career in commercial photography in 1992.
While attending Brooks Institute of Photography, I was a member of a small team which produced a holographic portrait of President Ronald Reagan.
I also had an...
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