Bill Boyd

Member Page View Count: 2K +

Total User Views: 100K +

BIOGRAPHY
I took a B&W photography class in 1974, when I was twelve. Within a year of taking the class, I had bought a 35 mm camera and had set up a darkroom. I accumulated cameras and negatives into my twenties but I still printed like a twelve year old, so I took a master printing class. I don't produce a lot of fine prints per year but the average quality of my "everyday" prints has improved dramatically in an old-school, Ansel Adams kind of way. Most of my photography is reactive, i.e. I try to capture something that I see or experience in life, but of late I have also been experimenting with setting up a photograph--to some extent--to illustrate or convey a feeling or mood. I love to log into photo.net and see all the different ways of seeing.

GALLERIES

Architecture

Landscape

Nude

Portrait

Other

Single Photos

PHOTOS

NE ridge of Mt. Maclure, Yosemite

Untitled

Labyrinth at Black Rock City

coffee aftermath

After a storm at Black Rock City

Tropical Wood

Dawn

Frozen Lake

nude by the sea

Fresnel Lens

Never Summer Range

Still Life

Star Trails, Sierra Nevada

Mt. Ritter By Night

Church in the Haute Provence

Le Chien

Shipwreck

Summer Evening

View of Mt. Lyell Range

Catherine Lake

Protestors - adjusted for PCs

Hearst Memorial Mining Building

Hearst Memorial Mining Building

Shoulder

Talos Knob (not "Talus")

Arc

My Father At 92

Sunset Torso

Bed

Taking In the View