(and it would really help if I included the URLs!)
While I was in high school, a group of us wrote, produced and performed
an original musical, "River Kids," based on Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer." I
had a supporting role (Rev. Thatcher). I was did freelance work for the
town newspaper, so naturally I ended up writing and photographing a
feature article on the show. The photos were shot with a Leica M2, 50mm
DR Summicron on Tri-X.
The article and photos appeared in my home town newspaper, the Lexington
(MA) Minute-Man in Nov. 1970.
One of my old friends just sent me scans of these newspaper clippings,
which were in a box of memorabilia from his parent's attic.
(this last one was originally a color shot which we used on a publicity
poster. For the newspaper, I printed it on Panalure paper, which gave
reasonably correct B&W tones).
Sorry I've been a bit scarce lately. I've been crazy-busy with musical
things. Much of that will finish around the middle of the month, and I
might just pick up the camera again...
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/