Always one to think of cool new places to shoot big rigs, I take my Mamiya 7II with me on road trips that are scouting missions. I like the look of Kodak Portra 400 and love the simple design of the rangefinder coupled with the size of the 6×7. The excitement of getting the film back from the lab is something I have missed all these years into the digital age. Here is one of many amazing images I captured on that trip last winter!
Coming up with a clever promo is always a fun challenge. Because I travel often shooting trucks around the US with my Mamiya 7II, selecting this landscape image of Death Valley is personal. Once printed, I had it framed making it easy for my clients to hang it in their offices or homes. I bring them to meetings as my “leave behind” piece of art. Judging by the responses, this has been my most successful self promo piece to date. What do you think?