Author Archives: Gayle Martin


As I mentioned in my earlier post, The 35mm Project, I finally invested in a scanner and have been creating digital files from my old negatives, including some of the old black and white negatives from my college photography course. Read more…


A musician friend recently had a gig at one of our botanical gardens here in Tucson, so I grabbed my camera and off we went. Like many photographers, I begin my photo sessions with a test shot. Almost always, my Read more…


I recently did a photography studio session with model Krissy Kapp, and we did a costumed shoot depicting the 1920s. I used to do historical reenacting myself, so I love doing period costumed photos. Krissy was a great model to Read more…


As I mentioned in my earlier post, The 35mm Project, I’ve been busy restoring old 35mm photos I took back in the 1970s and 80s. While it’s been a really fun trip down memory lane, the colors in many of Read more…


Photography is more than just light and shadows. It’s also about capturing a feeling or a mood. This vintage photo was taken in Dallas, Texas in 1980. Sometimes Dallas got a little snow, and there was a really cool little Read more…

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