A long time ago, I was a freelance photographer for The Austin Chronicle. They'd send me off to get portraits, band photos, and occasionally a photo editorial. While shooting a story on the Texas hill country, I was in Blanco with the goal of taking a portrait of the pin setter for the old bowling alley that's in the back of a cafe. When I walked back there, it turned out to be bar with a small bowling alley, dark and only occupied by a handful of older men. I approached this table of men and asked if I could take some photos- they agreed and then promptly ignored me-- which, as a photojournalist, is a dream come true! Nothing is better than catching a candid moment, especially one that tells a story. Since I took this photo and it's been seen by many over the years, I found out from a woman living in Blanco that these men were, and some still are, ranchers in the area. I always loved that they were in the back bar area at 11am in the morning.
Camera used: Holga Film: Tmax 400 – 120 roll film I develop and print all my work in a traditional darkroom first, then scan the final prints and make digital reproductions. The black edge is actually the edges of the film. I print full frame using a negative holder I created in order to show remnants of the medium of film. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy making the images.
Printed on 100% cotton rag paper, titled and signed on the front with pencil. The paper surface is smooth matte. Image size does not take up the entire size of the paper (please see examples)
NOTE: if ordering 3 5x7 prints, please note during check out which 2 images other than this listing, you would like for me to print. Have questions? Please feel free to email me: email@example.com
All work is copyrighted by Liz Potter, please don't reproduce unless a request has been made. Thank you!
Mailed flat. If it doesn't arrive in perfect condition, let me know, I'll be happy to fix the situation!