It is fitting that the first photograph that I review is one that I call Rochester’s Delight. Taken in June 2007, it has been my best seller. Rochesterians followed the construction of the Fredrick Douglass-SusanB. Anthony Memorial Bridge and it was newsworthy when it was announced that they were turning on the lights for the first time. Within a couple of evenings I made two trips to photograph it. Under the bridge is a barge used in the construction complete with a Port-a-Potty. This was one of the first photographs that I produced using the techniques of blending multiple exposures. I print it at 12×27-in and 20×46-in. The specular lights really pop when it is printed with KODAK ENDURA Metallic Paper. Beyond routine prints, I have printed it and face mounted it with acrylic as well as printed on AluminArte Metal Prints. I also produce it on a poster stock paper. Many photographers have also gotten great shots of this beauty!
I currently have a 20×44-in print on AluminArte Metal Prints in the Peter’s Picks 2008-2009: A Retrospective exhibit at Image City Photography Gallery.