Some rabbit holes are deep. Calhoun resident, Keith McFarland, tumbled into such a hole several years ago when, on a whim, he purchased a Mamiya medium format camera. He was instantly hooked. Part of his home is now a darkroom. He develops his own film and uses one of two enlargers to make silver gelatin prints. Some rabbit holes are very deep.
Keith is both excited and humbled for the opportunity to share his experiences and a selection of prints at an upcoming exhibition at the Harris Arts Center in downtown Calhoun. The opening reception will be held on Sunday, August 27 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM. The photographer will give a formal Gallery Talk beginning at 3:30 PM and will be available for questions and commentary throughout the reception.
Keith and his beloved 8×10 camera.
Cane Creek Falls (2014)
Cane Creek Falls State Park, TN
8×10 Ilford HP5+