McMullan - Fine Art Photographer

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Black & White Photography

Storefront with Irrigation Parts - Grantsville, Utah circa 2000
Snake River - Grand Teton National Park

Camera:
Toyo 4x5 View Camera     Lens: Rodenstock 150mm     Film: Kodak TMax 100



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I've been fortunate enough to be able to go back and photograph in a lot of the places that Ansel Adams photographed. This is one of those places. He photographed this scene in 1942. My photograph was taken exactly 50 years later. The trees have grown a lot since then. I've found that many of the places he photographed were right off the road. This photograph is taken from a pullout on the main road through the Grand Teton National Park. His "Moonrise Over Hernandez" was taken just off the road also, just a few miles from Taos, New Mexico. He was shooting with 8x10 inch view cameras so it makes a lot of sense. A 4x5 camera is heavy enough. I sure would not want to have to backpack an 8x10 into some of the places I've gone!

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