Posted on June 6, 2014
Over the Easter break i went up to Merimbula for a weekend camping, my good mate Jack suggested while up there to check out Mimosa Rocks, im glad i did!
thanks for the tip Jack!
Hasselblad 500CM, Fuji Provia 100F
Posted on March 5, 2014
and when i wasn’t at the beach, i was wandering around the bush..
Posted on March 5, 2014
Over the summer i managed to go to the beach more than i ever had before. it was good!
Various beaches in Victoria, various cameras, various films!
Category: 35mm, Film, Medium Format, Photography Tagged: 35mm, Agfa Ultra, Agfa Ultra 50, arts, beach, cape patterson, Film, fuji, fuji superia 400, Hasselblad, Hasselblad 500cm, inverloch, kodak, kodak ektar, Minolta SRT 100B, Photo, Photography, photos, sandy point, Victoria, waratah bay
Posted on January 9, 2014
For NYE, Kym and i were invited to a party in Torquay. So, i figured, if we’re going there, why not spend the day cruising the Great Ocean Road!
i packed my Hasselblad, with newly acquired metered prism and my Canon EOS 1N, with also newly acquired Canon 20mm f/2.8 lens.
i had no idea how accurate the metered prism would be, i had done a few tests with my Sekonic L308s and set the prisms meter to -1 EV compensation, and seemed to get similar EV readings between the 2, and considering i shot with positive film, id say the metered prism does a mighty fine job!
Category: 35mm, Film, Medium Format, Photography Tagged: 12 apostles, 120, 35mm, arts, beach, Canon, canon eos 1n, clouds, Epson, Erskine Falls, Film, fuji, Fuji Provia 100f, Fuji Velvia 100f, great ocean road, Hasselblad, Hasselblad 500cm, Lorne, melbourne, new years eve, nye, Photo, Photography, photos, Torquay, trees, twelve apostles, V700, Victoria
Posted on October 10, 2013
months ago i posted about a trip to Sydney that i done.. well heres some shots i took at Turimetta Beach with good friend Jack Chauvel
i used some expired Kodak Ektachrome 400X and a Hasselblad 500CM w/ 80mm Planar.
i didnt get too many good photos, but heres 2 of my favorites.
Posted on June 26, 2013
Two weekends ago i drove to Sydney to check out the Vivid Sydney, Reportage, and Head On festival.
my main attraction was James Nachtwey was doing a talk, and had some photos on show, being a big fan, i had to go.
the talk mainly consisted of him showing a slide show and him explaining the photos- how he took them, what happened, what they mean. it was well worth the trip.
i also got to check out Jeff Walls exhibition again and hung out with a few mates. i was hoping to maybe go to the Blue Mountains for a day or 2, but come down with a cold, and wasnt really in the mood for walking around, so i just drove home.
i still have a few rolls of slide film to be developed, but that wont happen for a few weeks, so for now, heres a few shots i took.
Category: 35mm, Film, Medium Format, Photography Tagged: 35mm, 50mm lenses, arts, b&w, black and white, canon eos 1n, Epson, Film, fuji, Hasselblad, Hasselblad 500cm, ilford, Ilford XP2, kodak, kodak portra, Kodak Portra 400NC, Photo, Photography, photos, portra 400nc, street, sydney, V700
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.
a camping trip of ridiculous proportions
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