Traditional Photography Portfolio by Mark Goode 

Navy-Marine Memorial

Pam at Leopold's

You can't have it yet!

WW I Memorial in DC

At the table

Vietnam War Memorial to Women

Gazing at the Great Emancipator

A Profile of Hope

  Artist's Statement:
I draw my inspiration from the many masters who've gone before, photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Margaret Bourke-White, and Dorothea Lange. I am equally inspired by the many talented photographers whose work I see in galleries on-line, and in printed material of all types. When capturing images, I seek to follow the maxim to "record life undisturbed" and "to be in the moment but not of the moment." Perhaps Henri Cartier-Bresson said it best: "I'm not responsible for my photographs. Photography is not documentary, but intuition, a poetic experience. First you must lose your self. Then it happens."
  Technical Information:
I predominantly use a Leica M7 with a complement of lenses ranging in focal lengths from 15 - 90mm. When shooting black and white, I prefer Ilford Delta 100 and HP5+ which I then develop in Diafine. I also like Kodak's Portra for its deep saturation.
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