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Roll of film returns after world trip

It has been a long time between posts, in fact the last post I made was when I was in Bali November last year. In the almost 8 months that have passed since then a roll of Fuji Velvia 50 has been  on quite a journey around the world. With my newly aquired Nikonos V […]

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Good morning from Lodtunduh, Bali.

I am now on day 3 of my Bali trip. My girlfriend and I arrived in Bali late Friday night. We were greeted at the airport by my Balinese friend Agung who I met whilst working on cruise ships. On Saturday we checked out Kuta beach and some of the shops before returning to the […]

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My latest camera purchase

My current, and very basic underwater setup is now almost 7 years old. It is an Olympus C5050z with PT-015 underwater housing. It has served me well on dive trips in the Caribbean, Indonesia, Fiji and here in Australia. Whilst the images it produces are great, the shutter lag can be frustrating. For some time […]

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Unsensored 10: An Exhibition of Analogue Photography

Unsensored is a photography exhibition showcasing the works of analogue photographers. The exhibition opens this Friday night at Collingwood Gallery and runs until the 25th August. I will be exhibiting a photograph taken with the 1954 Voigtlander Vito B I picked up in an op shop for $40. The photograph I am exhibiting was taken […]

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The Light In Winter

I recently purchased a Yashica-Mat 124g medium format camera. I took advantage of a Monday long weekend to give it a thorough clean and replace the light proof seals. Eager to start shooting I went to my local photo lab to see if they had any expired film so I could cheaply run a test […]

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Silver Mine Interview

I was recently interviewed by the Melbourne Silver Mine – a group of enthusiastic analogue (film) photographers based in Melbourne. Read the interview here.

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Shooting Miners

Tomorrow night I will be attending “Shoot A Miner” an event organised by the Melbourne Silver Mine. A non-profit incorporated association, Melbourne Silver Mine is a group of enthusiastic analogue photographers. Members shoot using cameras including “toy” cameras such as holgas, 35mm, medium format and even large format cameras. Members often then go on the […]

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Melbourne Zombie Shuffle 2010

The Melbourne Zombie shuffle is an annual event where a diverse range of individuals dress up as zombies and walk shuffle their way through the Melbourne CBD. Similar events also take place in other cities around the world. Saturdays Melbourne Zombie Shuffle was the largest known event to date anywhere in the world with more […]

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Home Developing

When I tell people I still shoot film sometimes they look puzzled. They do not understand how much more satisfying it is to unravel a roll from a tank and see developed images as opposed to downloading photos off of a memory card.

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Travelling in Peru – Paracas and Islas Ballestas

Today I headed approximately 250km south of Lima, Peru to Paracas. From here I took a boat trip around the Ballestas Islands. These islands are rich in bird and animal life and house a very large sea lion colony.

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