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Anita in Black and White
Saghi Jahani 3
What says Americana more than sitting on the "Sacred Couch"  watching a TV in the middle of Black Rock desert?  I couldn't resist sitting a while on this comfy couch contemplating if The End really wa
Black Rock City, Population Zero.  I captured this funky sign at the Burningman festival located in Black Rock Desert.  Burningman festival can best be described as   a combination of Mardis Gras, New
A powder mill in Bowling Green, Kentucky
Emulsion lift of a double exposed Gargoyle captured at the City Museum in St. Louis , MO
Saghi Jahani 2
Saghi Jahani 1
Dental training transparencies culled from a recent dumpster dive double exposed with a slide from a animal skull was used to create this Polaroid transfer.
Yvonne was captured at historical Jefferson Barracks Cemetery in St. Louis, MO.  I shot 5 images , two underexposed, two over exposed and one normal.  I used HDR technology to merge the photos into on
PoPulation Zero.
Polaroid transfer of a sign captured at the Burningman Festival in 2009.  Burningman is a week long free wheeling art party located in a dry lake bed of Black Rock Desert.
Polaroid transfer of Compton Water Tower in St. Louis, MO with a cyantoype overlay.
There are very few remaining water towers in the USA and St. Louis is home to 3.  I captured this one using the Pol
Cyanotype of Brooklyn Bridge  in New York City. printed on a page torn from a 1939 Sheet Metal handbook.   Cyanotypes, also called sun prints, are one of the oldest photographic printing processes  da
The Third Eye.
I captured this image of a gargoyle in St. Louis, MO.  I double exposed it with another image and the "third eye" of the 2nd image happily landed smack in the middle of  the forehead o
resting
lightbulb
up in duluth
kia at the dog park waiting
kia at dog park
Live Oak tree in a Texas sunset
bwca, morning of our trip
friends daughter
josie and kia on the couch
8th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Polaroid transfer of Compton Water Tower in St. Louis, MO with a cyantoype overlay. There are very few remaining water towers in the USA and St. Louis is home to 3. I captured this one using the Pol

Polaroid transfer of Compton Water Tower in St. Louis, MO with a cyantoype overlay. There are very few remaining water towers in the USA and St. Louis is home to 3. I captured this one using the Polaroid Transfer process with cyanotype on top.

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Maryland Heights, Missouri, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2010
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