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New Exhibit : Major Mason in Space, Adventure of a 1960′s Mattel Action Figure
This Summer we are pleased to feature an new exhibit of Major Matt Mason inspired photographs! The exhibit, Major Mason in Space, Adventure of a 1960′s Mattel Action Figure, features images taken during the late 1960′s, amid the heyday of the NASA space exploration program. Mattel action space figure Major Matt Mason and his four companions, Sargent Storm, Ben Long, civilian astronaut Doug Davis, and Callisto the Jovian (from Jupiter) were photographed over 50 years ago by John Orcutt. Using current digital technology, these classic action figures have been superimposed into landscapes made from modern day imagery from the Hubbell Telescope and other space photography – creating incredible fantasy space action scenes. Cam Held was the master of the digital creations. The crew of spacemen are depicted in a variety of non-violent missions, adventures and discovery. If you are a NASA fan, a Mattel action figure fan, a fan of outer space or just someone who loves a beautiful, fantasy photograph, this exhibit is a must see! The exhibit opens during the Kingfield Pops Artwalk on June 26 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. and will remain through August.
As early morning, autumn fog began to lift from the surface of Flagstaff Lake in Western Maine, I noticed that there were, in fact, two different fog layers. The higher layer, air born above the tree-lined shore, provided depth and separation between lake and the background mountain forms. A lower layer, condensing at the lake surface, obscured the forested lake edge, creating an asymmetrical reflection, which I felt was a more compelling photograph.
Hasselblad H3D – 50-110mm f4 lens at focal length 60 mm, ISO 50, f11, 1/250 sec, UV filter, spot metering, tripod-mounted