Old Muley’s Roundhouse

Life, photography and philosophy at 1:87 scale…

Photography

Photography has always had a special place in my heart. In the mid 1980’s I received my first camera, a Minolta X-370. That was the start of my interest in photography for both documentation and for art. During the time I was shooting film, I enjoyed experimenting with infrared film, both black/white and color. Once film began to fall out of favor, was an early adopter of digital media. Often I would still shoot film, and then have my negatives scanned into a digital format. Eventually I moved on from film completely to strictly digital. Below is a sampling of some of my work, although I can’t take credit for any of the pictures in the Found Family Photos section.

National Railroad Museum

Trains in Titletown

Railfanning Across America

Factory & Custom Painted Motive Power

Art Photography

Getting Creative with the Camera

Photo Restoration

Scanning and Restoring Family Photos