Bob Ng first became interested in photography as a teenager when a neighbor showed him how to print photos in her homemade darkroom. Starting with his father's Kodak Retina IIa camera and a handheld light meter, he eventually moved up to a full set of Nikon SLR cameras and lenses. Although he also uses digital cameras for casual work, all of his serious photography is still film-based. Today, his preferred system involves 120mm black and white film shot with a Rolleiflex TLR, which is scanned at high resolution, edited in Adobe Photoshop, and printed on a customized, small format, monochrome inkjet printer. He is interested in any and all subject matter that captures light and shadow in an interesting way.
Greg Welker has been a resident of Berkeley, California since 1971 and is originally from Los Angeles. He became interested in photography in high school and took several high school photography classes. He owned a Minolta SRT 101 35 mm camera for a number of years and shot black and white and color slide film. Welker became interested in digital photography in 1999 and currently uses a Canon 5D MK II camera. His subject matter covers a wide spectrum and he uses Adobe Lightroom as the primary editor of his RAW images. He also enjoys working in Photoshop to produce effects not possible with Lightroom.
In the Photolab Gallery
An additional note about this exhibit from Bob Ng:
During the course of this exhibit, I will be changing images every few
weeks since this is a large body of work that consists of many different
themes and locations. The sets will appear in approximately the
a New Orleans and Jazz Musicians
a Boston Views, People and Architecture,
a The Great Snowstorm of 1978, Maine Harbor, Disney World Parade, Arizona Cactus, The Badlands of South Dakota, and
a A Portrait of the Turnage Family.
The prints are intentionally displayed without glass protection so that viewers can study them without the distraction of reflections. Feel free to enjoy them at close range, but please do not touch.
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