The photographs on this site represent Ken's Vietnam work in 1969, 1998 and 2005. Featured black and white photography of Vietnam in 1969 were processed in lake water in a crude darkroom located in a concrete bunker. Color photographs from 1969 were shot on Ektachrome film and processed by Eastman Koday in Findly Ohio. Return trip photos in 1998 were shot on 35mm color negative film and Photos in 2005 were originated on film and digital formats.
About The Photographer
Ken Williamson has been involved in photography since he was 12 years old. He bought his first darkroom equipment for $15 with money he saved from delivering newspapers. He earned a BFA degree in photography from Ohio University and perfected his photo-journalist skills as a US Army photographer in Vietnam in 1969. He later worked as a documentary film producer for a major broadcasting network and recently retired from 28 years of owning his own film and videotape production company.
All photographs on this site are protected under the United States copyright law and cannot be published, used, sold, or resold in any manner without the written consent of the photographer. To protect the rights of the photographer this copyright line (Copyright -year- Ken Williamson) has been imbedded in the center of each photograph on this site.
Copyright: All images on this site are protected under the United States Copyright law. Photographs may not be copied, reproduced, printed or downloaded for any purpose without the written permission of the photographer.