Gifford Ewing is a Denver-based photographer who specializes in fine-art black and white photography using a Deardorff field camera. "I enjoy the more traditional photographic methods in my work. They serve the purity and natural beauty of the landscape. I capture the majority of my images in black and white with a 5x7 Deardorff wooden field camera using the zone system for exposure. I develop and print all images using archival silver gelatin paper finishing them in selenium to bring out the richness and increase the archival qualities."
Gifford's images capture landscapes world wide with a strong focus on the state of Maine and the West. Ewing's portfolio includes central grasslands and numerous National Parks, including Acadia, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Yellowstone, Great Sand Dunes, and Death Valley. He, also documents urban landscapes and architecture throughout the Denver area including exclusive images of the Union Station transformation to be unveiled in July 2014.
Ewing maintains a studio and darkroom in Denver's Uptown Neighborhood at the corner of 19th Ave. and Clarkson St.
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