Corey Hart is an American currently living in Ethiopia who, for the past 8 years, has been developing his black and white, landscape photography using traditional analog technique. While receiving training in the United States and Germany, he traveled extensively, photographing remote locations in Central Asia, East Africa, and Europe.
All photographs are currently captured on Ilford film in medium (120) and large (4x5) formats. Primary cameras used are a Fujica GSW690ii, Flexaret Automat TLR and Graflex Speed Graphic. Various Ilford films are used including HP5+ 400, Delta Pro 400, and FP4+ 125 that, after exposing, are personally hand developed using Ilford chemistry. Negatives are then scanned and archived. When possible, negatives are enlarged on Ilford Multigrade Pearl paper as silver gelatin prints however, a lack of proper facilities has put a temporary hold on these original prints.
Currently, gallery quality Giclée prints are available on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks. Custom trimmed with 1" border for framing.
Previous equipment includes Fomapan 200 and Kodak Tmax 400 films, Kodak D-76 and HC-110 developers, and a Mamiya RZ67 pro, Hasselblad 503cm, and 1965 Rolleiflex TLR. Images captured and developed with variations of these cameras, films, and developers are included in the photographs presented.