Photography is a unique art form: half technical nuts and bolts, science, physics, etc. – the other half, the intangible X-factor causing you to raise your camera to your eye every so often… and release the shutter.
Possessing the most sophisticated 35mm film camera ever made is great, but what to create with it? This section is focused on inspiration. Be prepared to be inspired by what others are creating with the Nikon F6.
Sometimes things just work out.
When we came back over Trail Ridge after a pleasant day in the mountains and saw this Big Horn Ram on his knees licking water from moss on the tundra, it seemed especially apropos. “He looks like he’s praying,” my wife said. Through the orange haze caused by the looming fire it seemed fitting to ascribe Colorado’s official animal and sentinel of the high country with the responsibility of praying for the Park we all love and hold dear.
Winter is a great time to visit Arches National Park in Utah. Crowds are light and the beauty is surreal. This is a short report of what I saw this past January while on a quick get away to one of America’s true National Treasures.
If you want to see Canyonlands minus the crowds, try visiting in January. This past Winter jaunt to Moab, Utah was without question one of the most uniquely beautiful visits I’ve experienced in 30+ years.
The D3s and F6 have worked side by side for 10 years. It's time to say goodbye to one of them - and it's not the F6. It's January 1, 2020. Not just the beginning of a new year, but a new decade. Tonight in the local news (well, not exactly news... in Colorado it's...
Why do we need to say something - anything - about our images? A few weeks ago I was in Chicago looking at a display of student work at Moody Bible Institute. There were two different exhibitions: one with very nice photographs, printed on canvas and beautifully...
More Inspiring Articles to come…
Thanks for baring with me as I work to complete the site’s redesign. For now, you can use the menus across the top to find inspiring articles about the F6 – but there’s more to come in 2020.
Calling all F6’ers…
It’s time for all of you like-minded photographers using the F6 to jump in and show the rest of us what you’ve got. Drop us an e-mail at the link below and tell us a little about what you do with your F6.
Black and White Film
Having returned to processing and wet printing black and white film again, the F6 Project is especially interested in anyone doing the same.
F6: Still King of the Hill
Fort Collins, CO • USA