Mark Ritchey

Ive had a life-long interest in photography. I first started seriously learning about photography at age 12, by developing film and making black and white prints using a janitors room for my darkroom. In 2006, I retired from my career as a polymer chemist.

I am particularly interested in producing prints for the home or office. My fine art photos are traditional color photograph prints on Fuji Crystal Archive (TM) paper. The original images were made as transparencies in either 35mm or 6x9 format. The film is then scanned to create a digital file. A computer controlled laser processes the digital information to expose the paper, which is then processed as a traditional color photograph.

Most of the photographs can be printed at sizes larger than displayed. If you are interested in a print of a different size, I will be glad to meet your specific requirements.