Here are some photos for sale. They are 40 by 30. Dry mounted on a foam backboard they are $175. The photos are much higher quality than these images.
When my son was born I wanted to take photos of him growing up that would last. This led to finding and using the best equipment that there is to take pictures. I read many books, and by the grace of God ended up with a beautiful wooden studio camera and view camera. I have a complete darkroom with the best equipment there is. I have enlarged some of the prints to 30 by 40 inches.
Photography is more of a hobby for me. I have the dream to travel by canoe, camping, and taking pictures for re-sale.
The deer hunters
Here is a photo of the 8x10 view camera I use in the field. I use film in these cameras. 8x10 means the negative is 8 inches by 10 inches. This means if I enlarged a photo as many times as a 35mm photo is enlarged to make an 8x10 photo I would enlarge an 8x10 negative to 5 feet by 50 inches. This is why the quality of these photos is so high. I use Ilford resin coat glossy paper and it produces wonderful photos. The next camera is my studio camera. It also is made of wood and uses an 8x10 negative.
These two photos are of my darkroom. I have the best equipment there is.
Here are some examples of portraits taken with our wooden cameras.