Well, I have had to rethink some of the equipment I use. Due to health reasons, I just can't haul the large camera on all of my outings. I have changed to a lighter, smaller large format camera system. I now am using a wood field 8x10 camera made here is the USA by Keith Canham. It is about 2/3's the weight of the camera equipment I had been using and is slightly smaller. Also, I have added a converted baby carriage to help me with moving the camera, tripod and film gear. I still prefer my large film cameras, and use them often, if I can drive close to where I am shooting. But, on those occasions when I can't easily drive, I have been using a digital camera and from the digital files I make a negative on transparent film using a digital inkjet printer. I still prefer the image quality I can achieve with film, however I am impressed with the results I have been able to get using a digital negative. So, my current work is a mixture using either large format film or digital files converted to transparent digital negatives.
The New York City gallery are all images that I have made using a digital camera and digital negatives. Most of these were made on a visit to the High Line Park, which is the old elevated railroad on the West Side of Manhattan. I decided to use a digital camera on this trip because it would not have been physically possible for me to get my regular film equipment up to the park. Also, because it is a quite popular park with fairly narrow walkways, there are restrictions about blocking the pathways with a camera and tripod. I loved the park itself, a mixture of old industrial 20th century structures - current Manhattan city life - and a park with grass, flowers and trees and the occasional art installation. Certainly worth a visit if you are visiting New York.