BRUCE W.  TAYLOR   P H O T O G R A P H E R

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" E A R L Y   W O R K "

1965  THROUGH  1975

 

 

      

"Fallen Child," Athens County, Ohio, 1965  ( 6 cm x 6 cm negative film ),  pigment print, image size: 10 3/8" x 9 15/16" on cotton rag paper.
AND;  "Grandmother's Fishing Pond,"  Athens County, Ohio, 1965  ( same camera, 6 cm x 6 cm negative film ),  pigment print, image size: 8 3/8" x 8 1/8" on 11" x 17" paper.

 

 

This is the camera  (film size 120, 6 cm x 6 cm)  I used to take both pictures above.  My father most likely purchased this camera new in the 1950s.  I only used this camera for a couple of years and I still have it.

 

 

"I-70 Bridge Construction," Ridge Road on Braddock Mountain,  Frederick Co., Maryland, 1965.  Quad pigment print, 10" x 19."

 

       

"My Neighbor with a Dead Groundhog,"  Frederick County, Maryland, 1967  (6 cm x 7 cm negative film).  Pigment print, image size: 6 1/2" x 5" on cotton rag paper.
AND  "Young Girl," Quang Nam Province, Viet Nam, 1969.  Image size: 9 5/16" x 6 3/4" on 11" x 17" museum rag paper.

 

"Vietnamese Co-Workers with Flags," Quang Nam Province, Republic of South Viet Nam, 1969.  Triptych pigment print on cotton rag paper.

 

 

"Onlookers," Bob Hope Show, Hill 327, Quang Nam Province, Republic of South Viet Nam, December, 1969.  While I was capturing this scene (after the Golddiggers and Connie Stevens),  Neil Armstrong was speaking of his experience walking on the moon in July!  Image made from a 35 mm Kodachrome slide.  Pigment print, image size: 5 7/8" x 8 7/16" on 11" x 17"  museum rag paper.

When I returned home to the US,  I cut up ALL of my negative and most of my positive films ( +/- twenty rolls ).  Images I had left were 3 1/2" x 5" black and white prints my father hid from me and I found ten years later.

 

 

"Self Portrait" (on right) with best friend, Spokane, Washington, 1972.  Getting ready for a road trip to Fairbanks, Alaska and across the Queen's Highway to Maine in April and May. Pigment print.

 

 

Portrait of "Sandy,"  Atlanta, GA 1973.  Not a good portrait, but he was a Navy veteran and my college roommate for several years.  He hung this flag in both of our apartments. He died early in life at age 50. Pigment print, image size 8 1/4" x 6 1/2" on 11" x 17" rag paper.

 


 

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