“It was George Jay, George Jay,” Bob exclaimed. When Bob and I worked at The Camera Shop downtown we would meet on the weekends to pal around and shoot pictures. Bob made a friend in George, and George had some land out in the valley. Bob wanted the donkey to stay put, but as Bob stepped back to get a shot, the ass stepped forward. It was hilarious, and Bob enjoyed it more than anyone.
Today’s Coolphoto 20190505
The Photgraphers - The Photographer And The Donkey, Tacoma 1973 (Vintage Silver)
Format Vintage Silver
Edition One Only
Original 1973:: Print 1993 :: Size 10x8 :: Stamp On Back :: $625.
Vintage prints are made within a year of the photographs create date. My usual practice is to print within a few days or weeks of exposure. What you see is a scan of the actual print that is for sale. Price does not include shipping or taxes.
Please note that vintage prints are imperfect. They’re old, after all. If you’re worried about it, bring it up. I’ll do my best to answer your questions.
Vintage - When I print the photograph within a year of the original exposure, that becomes a Vintage Print.
Archival Pigment - When I print in my studio using computer technology with pigmented inks on acid and lignin free paper, I call that an Archival Pigment Print.
Silver - When I print in my darkroom on gelatin silver paper, that is a Silver Print. These prints are double weight on a cotton fiber base.