Outdoor Photography

Silhouette a figure against a cloudy sky and expose for the sky. The spectacular features
will more than compensate for a lack of detail in the shadows.

More photographs by Julian A. Dimock from Outdoor Photography (1912)

To impart to them motives akin to our own he must enter into their lives

I want my prints to show wild creatures in their native habitat, yet to be pictures
rather than natural history studies

A film exposed in the North tells a story of cold;
the man huddles his shoulders and keeps his hands in
his pockets—each action telling of cold.

Underexposing a plate with a ray filter. It is not nature, it is not art, but it is worth more than either—for an experiment.