Mike Vierow @mvierow

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A Summer evening with Rocky
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A Summer evening with Rocky

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Some of my favorite shots from the “All My Friends” project I completed back in May. My goal was to create high quality analog photographs that would serve to record who these guys are at a very specific time in their lives. I choose to use medium format film because I want these negatives to last hundreds of years, something that can’t be guaranteed with digital images. While the final photos aren’t perfect, I believe I successfully accomplished this goal. Also, I miss these guys.
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Some of my favorite shots from the “All My Friends” project I completed back in May. My goal was to create high quality analog photographs that would serve to record who these guys are at a very specific time in their lives. I choose to use medium format film because I want these negatives to last hundreds of years, something that can’t be guaranteed with digital images. While the final photos aren’t perfect, I believe I successfully accomplished this goal. Also, I miss these guys.

Sneaky peek of The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi in Santa Fe
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Sneaky peek of The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi in Santa Fe

05/13/17
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05/13/17

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My first published photo book. It’s called “All My Friends: Portraits at The End of a Chapter” and there’s only one copy in the world. It features 32 black and white  photographs of 8 guys who I'm never going to forget.
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My first published photo book. It’s called “All My Friends: Portraits at The End of a Chapter” and there’s only one copy in the world. It features 32 black and white photographs of 8 guys who I'm never going to forget.

Joseph Jamming, 04/08/17
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Holga 120N, HP5
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Joseph Jamming, 04/08/17 -------- Holga 120N, HP5

I had a great time this weekend exploring five museums with my "Is It Art?" class. This is a sculpture of Charles Carpeaux, by his brother Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.
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I had a great time this weekend exploring five museums with my "Is It Art?" class. This is a sculpture of Charles Carpeaux, by his brother Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.

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Liam & Bethany
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Liam & Bethany

Pinhole photo of Ian
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Pinhole photo of Ian

Rocky in his natural habitat, chewing on a garden hose.
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Rocky in his natural habitat, chewing on a garden hose.

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Another pinhole image. Probably going to make a print of this one soon.
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Another pinhole image. Probably going to make a print of this one soon.

Here are some older photos I forgot to share.
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Here are some older photos I forgot to share.

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