About

Douglas Bawden is an award winning photographer with more than twenty-five years of photographic experience. If you are getting married or looking for family portraits, he provides you with multiple options for having your images captured and printed. You can have your memories recorded with digital cameras, or if you prefer the traditional look that only film can provide you with, Douglas is fully equipped with 35mm, medium format, and large format cameras. Prints can either be digitally produced, or if you prefer, your prints can be ordered as a traditional wet darkroom print. Plus, you have multiple paper choices no matter which type of print you choose.

If you are looking for amazing fine art prints, you have come to the right place. As a native of Yosemite National Park, Doug has a keen interest in capturing the beauty of Yosemite, as well as other places around the globe. He has been putting together a portfolio of fine art photographs that will be available as limited edition prints beginning in the spring of 2012.

To see more of Doug’s work, please visit his website at:

www.douglasbawdenphotography.com

 

5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi douglas, I have seen your mamiya with cokin A filter. Does it works? 46 mm adapter, I suppose.

    Greetings from Spain, and good work!

    • Hi Ernesto,

      It is a 46mm adapter for the Cokin filter system. They work great with just a few limitations, and that is because the camera is a TLR and has nothing to do with the filters. Not being able to see through the taking lens, as with an SLR, it is sometimes a guessing game when using graduated filters such as the A120 filter that I have on it in the photo that you saw. You have to make certain to line up the graduation area in the holder to match where you have to horizon in the frame. I also have the A121F filter in which the three stops of change is spread out evenly from the top of the frame to the bottom and there is no worrying about lining the filter up with the horizon. It does have a different result than the A120 and there are times that the A120 is a better choice.

      I hope things are well for you in Spain. I spent a couple of days in Rota back in 1994 and thoroughly enjoy it…especially the Sangria at the beach!

  2. Thanks Douglas! I’m trying to look at the world through my “new” c220, to see if it’s kinder… I’m learning now (I love it!).

    We live in a nice country (you know!) but now we have some fool governors.

    Best regards

    • I’m glad that you are loving your “new” C220. Spain is a wonderful country and I think that with a few exceptions, most every politician, from every party, in every country dating all the way back to the ancient civilizations are fools!

  3. That’s it!

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