Traditional Photography Portfolio by Brian Steinberger 

Kitchen Items, A Still Life

Train Station, New Oxford

Bike, Kill Devil Hills


Old Apartments, Shippensburg

Millstone, Myer's Mill

Window Detail, Furniture Factory

Yellow Hill

  Artist's Statement:
I remember as a young boy being fascinated by how a camera could capture a moment in time and put it on to a paper print. When I got my first "real" camera, a 35mm Minolta SLR, at about 12 years old, I started to, continue to, and will always be learning my craft. My vision has grown out of my lifelong curiosity and passion for nature. Landscapes and scenics are nice, but I am also drawn to man-made objects and how they exist in the world with society and nature. Time is a constant, but I like to take my pieces from it for memory, documentation, and emotional purposes.
  Technical Information:
I shoot with a Mamiya 6, Bronica RF645, and a Holga. I shoot black and white, using Ilford & Kodak films and print on Ilford papers. Prints are toned with one or any combination of selenium, sepia, brown, and gold toners. All prints are on fiber paper and archivally processed.
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