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Oak Forest

Oak Forest

Mt. Diablo 2007 Hasselblad 500C/M, 350mm Sonnar f5.6, 1/60 @ f5.6 Click to Enlarge Continue Reading

Green Wall

Green Wall

Stinson Beach, CA, 2008 Hasselblad 500 C/M 350mm Tele Tessar 4.0, f11 @ 1/500 Click to Enlarge Continue Reading

Bolinas Beach

Bolinas Beach

Bolinas, California, 1968 Rolleiflex 3.5 tessar, 1/60 @ f5.6 full size file Continue Reading

Steamer Lane

Steamer Lane

Santa Cruz, California, 1968 Hasselblad 500cm, 250mm sonnar 4.0, 1/500 @ f.16 This is full size Continue Reading

Seascape

Seascape

Lahaina, Hawaii, 1972 Leica M4, 35mm summicron 2.0, 1/60 @ f.4 This is full size. Continue Reading

Austro-Hungarian Plain

Austro-Hungarian Plain

Hungary, 1968 Leica M4, 35mm summicron 2.0, 1/30 @ f.5.6 Continue Reading

Lily

Lily

Kauai, Hawaii, 1985 Rolleiflex 2.8F planar, 1/60 @ f.16 Continue Reading

Gold Bluffs

Gold Bluffs

Humbolt County, California, 1970 Rolleiflex 2.8F planar, 1/30 @ f.11 Continue Reading

Second Growth

Second Growth

Humbolt County, California, 1992 Rolleiflex 2.8F planar, 1/30 @ f.11 Click to Enlarge Continue Reading

Spanish Cross

Spanish Cross

Sangre de Cristo Mountains San Luis Valley, New Mexico 1996 Rolleiflex 2.8F Planar, 1/15 @ f11 Click to enlarge Continue Reading

— Natural Light Photography — Fine Art Photographs: 1967 through the present.

Jim Stipovich lives in Northern California, and works as a freelance and wedding photographer. His fine art images are represented here at Stipovich.com and are organized in galleries: Landscapes, Nudes and Fashion, with more to come including Vintage Music. All of these images are produced from medium format cameras (Hasselblad & Rolleiflex), and all black & white film and prints are hand processed by Jim in his private darkroom. These artworks are collected from a lifetime of photo shoots. Today Jim has has completely re-invested himself in his art. The ongoing challenge of sifting through thousands of pages of negatives has been personally rewarding. Here is an ongoing representation of this work.

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