Posted on June 2, 2013
In Late March, Janice and Daryl got married, and naturally i took a few cameras along…
i had my Leica M6TTL (with Tri-X of course), which always seems to get the attention of the actual wedding photographers (not sure why… ) and my Ricoh GR1s with Provia 400X.
and a selfie to finish of!
Posted on June 2, 2013
this shot was taken a few weeks ago at Frankston.
i was there with a few members from the Melbourne Silver Mine on a photo walk.
Hasselblad 500CM, 80mm f/2.8 Planar, Kodak Plus-X Pan 125, Ilford Ilfotec HC 1:100.
Posted on May 7, 2013
A few weeks ago i went on a solo roadtrip.
i packed a few cameras, a bag of clothes, sleeping bag and set off.
first stop was the Great Ocean Road. It has been a drive i have wanted to do for a long time, so it was good to finally get it done!
this is only a few photos, im still working my way through getting all my film developed, so more to come!
day one- Traralgon to Lorne. ;Erskine Falls
day two- Lorne to Port Campbell. ;Cape Otway,Triplet Falls
day three- Port Campbell to Adelaide.
day four- Adelaide to Coober Pedy.
day five- Coober Pedy to Uluru.
day six- Uluru to Kings Canyon. ;Olgas
day seven- Kings Canyon to Coober Pedy. ;The Breakaways; Dingo Fence.
day eight- Coober Pedy to Mildura.
day nine- Mildura to Melbourne.
day ten- Melbourne.
day eleven- Melbourne to Traralgon.
in total, i drove over 6200kms!
Canon EOS33 Fomapan 200
Mamiya RB67 Fuji Acros 100
Posted on April 5, 2013
i seriously underrated this film.
very sharp, very fine grain, and quite a large dynamic range with very accurate colours!
not bad for a consumer grade film..
Posted on April 1, 2013
recently i have picked up a few new cameras.
first was a Pentax 645 then came a Olympus XA2 ( and i think i have just bought a 6×17 MF camera… )
i have a few photos from both of those cameras, as well as some from my Hasselblad and Pentax LX.
i am very happy both!
Pentax 645 Fuji Superia 400
Olympus XA2 Kodak Ektar
Pentax LX Kodak Portra 160NC
Hasselblad 500CM Fuji Superia 100
Posted on February 3, 2013
heres a bunch of random shots taken over a few months.
im generally way too selective with my photos, and a roll of 36 can take a while for me to finish!
Canon EOS33 Rollei Retro 100
Posted on February 3, 2013
following on from my previous post Polaroids, here are some shots i took on the Crown Graphic using Velvia 50.
i also took some photos on some expired Kodak Ektachrome 100 Plus, but the film came back pretty much clear…
Posted on January 30, 2013
Posted on September 30, 2012
i have been a bit sick lately,and working long shifts, so today i finally got a chance to catch up on some developing and scanning, so keep a lookout for more updates.
Last weekend was Large Format Day at Collingwood Gallery.
i love using my Crown Graphic, and i was keen on seeing a few other large format cameras in use, as they’re a bit or a rare site these days.
here’s a few photos i took.
Crown Graphic 4×5, Kodak Tmax 400, R09 dev.
Posted on August 26, 2012
an exhibition of analogue photography
The Melbourne Silver Mine’s annual exhibition of analogue photography UNSENSORED is set to return to Collingwood Gallery for 2012.
292 Smith Street
Friday 14th September 2012 from 6pm
Saturday 15th September 2012 – Wednesday 26th September 2012
Gallery open daily:
10am – 6pm Saturday & Sunday
Midday – 6:30pm Monday – Friday
This year’s show features photography by 47 of our members:
Aryan Aqajani, Anthony Begovic, Roberts Birze, Sandy Birze, Jock Blakley, Natalie Blom, Steven Caddy, Michael Carew, Dave Carswell, Bill Chant, Andrew Cosgriff, Nicole Davis, Mel Dixon, Anna Gallacher, Robert Go, Louise Grundy, Penny Gutteridge, Ross Holmberg, Hing Hshen, Timothy D. Johnson, Matthew Robert Joseph, Daniel Klaas Noppert, Suzannah Marshall Macbeth, Iain Maclachlan, Sarah Maddox, Amanda Mason, Marc Morel, Toan Nguyen, Jodie Noonan, Ambre Pitt, Richard Plumridge, Karen Riley, Matthew Ross, James Ruff, Ahmad Sabra, Gary Sauer-Thompson, Deanne Smith, Emma Starr, Paul Stoney, Jacqueline van Zetten, Michael Verhoef, Marcus Visic, Katherine White, Liam White, Lea Williams, Damian Young & Chris Zissiadis
All are welcome on opening night.
Free entry, no RSVP necessary.
The Melbourne Silver Mine is a non-profit analogue photography collective.
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