Up to three years ago, the Journal-World ran a story about a photographer who was taking a photography workshop. His camera fell into a lake. He strapped it to the windshield exposed, hoping to dry the entire camera out. As it turned out, once he loaded the film and took photographs, they were exquisite. The newspaper published them. Who was that artist, and how can I contact him?
The name of the photographer is Farrell Eaves. Eaves dropped his camera in a New Mexico pond while attending a Bruce Dale Workshop in 2001. To see more of Farrell Eaves' photos, go to Bruce Dale's Web site at www.brucedale.com, or e-mail Eaves at firstname.lastname@example.org.