California Revisited: Early Digital Exploration


Is it possible to have digital nostalgia? Had a chance to revisit my first foray into digital photography, using a 3 megapixel (!) Nikon Coolpix. This small photo essay represents a 3 week road trip through California, and also touching upon Nevada and Arizona. I saw the most beautiful landscapes I have ever witnessed, as well the the most harrowing and honest art in the form of the Vietnam War Memorial in Sacramento. It is this juxtaposition that makes California such a vivid environment for photography. It feels like a long lost home to me. Every camera has a character, a tonality, and sometimes you can use it’s imperfections to your benefit.

Entry Filed under: Chroma Series,Photography

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