Beach Days

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!

Minolta SRT 100B, Kodak Ektar
Hasselblad 500CM, Agfa Ultra 50
Minolta SRT 100B Fuji Superia 400


NYE, a trip down The Great Ocean Road.

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!

Canon EOS 1N, Fuji Velvia 100F

Hasselblad 500CM, Fuji Provia 100F

abandoned school.

some friends and i went for a drive around Moe a few weeks ago, and came across this old school.
some parts have started to be demolished, and others are being rebuilt, not sure as what though…
this is my first roll of film souped in D-76. decent results, so im happy.
Leica M6TTL Kodak Tri-X


a camping trip of ridiculous proportions


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