Silver & Light
This is my last post for 2012, the year in which this site was born.
Thank you for your company, enthusiasm and support over the last few months…see you in 2013.
I’ll leave you with a short film showing the extraordinary working methods of Ian Ruhter.
“There is a point in every person’s life when they must choose to follow their dreams or be stuck in the life they fear.” — Ian Ruhter
My thanks to Ian Aitken for bringing Ruhter’s work to my attention.
Thanks for that Jack. Really inspirational stuff. Richard
Echco that, thanks for posting this. I remember when I first saw this, it was mindblowing. Still is.
Reblogged this on Thorir Vidar and commented:
Thanks to Mr. Jack Lowe for reminding me of this one.
[…] while back you may remember that I was inspired by the work and adventures of Ian Ruhter who makes huge Tintypes in The States using his old blue van as a giant camera — a van he […]