Joe, thank you for taking a look and for the kind words.
Originally Posted by Joe VanCleave
It is natural and expected that questions of technique arise when viewing a body of photographic work. I have kept my technique as simple as possible. In the instance of the Point Lobos portfolio, the majority of the images were made with an 8x10 Agfa camera, and the remainder with a 4x5 Calumet. The 8x10's were originally contact printed on papers no longer available, including Azo, Contactone and Lustrex. Likewise, the 4x5's were printed on discontinued Agfa and Ilford projection papers. They have been enlarged using an Omega DII with an Aristo coldlight source. The enlarger was purchased in 1962. I switched from condenser to coldlight about a dozen years ago.
All of my work is presently enlarged, with the exception of the 8x10 negatives. I have settled on a single paper, the new Adox MCC 110 developed in a Glycin formula. In my opinion, it is the finest projection paper currenly available. For the present time I have ceased printing for sale, thus leaving more time for new work.
Hope this answers your questions, and thanks again for writing.