Neil had been photographing for many years and been successful in camera club competitions, winning many awards, but not satisfied with the standard print as an expression of his vision.

Since his retirement and release from business pressures, Neil became associated with exhibiting and fine art photographers in the New Jersey Photography Forum. There he discovered the image transfer and found it to be the ideal medium to record his visual impressions of the many nature, landscape, and historical scenes that he favors. Most of these images are found not far from his home in Old Bridge, New Jersey (USA). His work has been accepted and sold in numerous juried art and photography shows. He makes his dry transfers using Polaroid 669 film on Arches or Fabriano hot press paper.

The look of an image transfer makes me feel that I have gone deeper - another layer - into the original image. It's like a clouded memory where only pleasant thoughts remain.


Neil Larsen

Polaroid image transfers

Abandoned Farmstead ©

Allaire 1 ©

Allaire 2 ©

Bare Trees ©

Battleg Patriots Path ©

Brooklyn Bridge ©

Early Spring Reflection ©

Fort Hancock Bunker ©

Helme Products Inc ©

Helme RR Crossing ©

Horse Farm 1 ©

Horse Farm 2 ©

Milltown Corner ©

Mushroom Ballet ©

Out to Lunch ©

Owl Haven ©

Owl Haven 4 ©

Owl Haven 5 ©

Piermont ©

Piermont Inlet ©

Plum Island ©

Rutgers Pine Forest ©

Sandy Hook 1 ©

The Barn ©


This Way ©

Twisted Tree ©