Today, July 14, is Bastille Day – France’s version of Independence Day, I guess. So, in keeping with the day, here’s a photo of a beautiful French girl photographed in the south of France in the summer of 2001. The location is the quarry at Les Baux, near Arles in Provence.

Otherwise, I am still busy scanning all of the negatives that I’ve printed up as 11×14 and/or 16×20 fiber prints. I think that by now I’ve reached the half way point. Hopefully, with a big effort this coming weekend, I’ll get to most of them.

I’ve also decided to work on yet another website, as I’m not happy with some important aspects of the current one. Time’s a major factor here, as I want my website to be ready by the time the issue of B&W magazine with my ad hits the streets at the end of next month.

About Dave Rudin

Dave Rudin is a fine art photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in art nude and travel photography, using black & white film and making silver gelatin prints in a darkroom.
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3 Responses to Bastille

  1. Bill Ballard says:

    Dave -Good luck to you with your new website. I spent about an hour on the phone Monday night with my designer, working through similar issues with mine.And like you, I've a literal ton of post work to do.It's good work with which to be busy.

  2. rv says:

    Nice shooting in white and black c41?

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