Swanston Street, Melbourne. Also featured on Will Watt’s great melbournestreet.net blog
The National Gallery of Victoria has this fantastic water feature at the entrance. It’s always a brilliant place for relaxed and playful candid photos.
My favourite annual event going on in my local area is definitely the Historic cars race meet. Every year, hundreds of historic car enthusiasts bring their pride and joy to the track to put themselves and their machines through their … Continue reading
Taken at the start of a trip to Sydney.
This is the final in a 3 part series of tutorials, if you haven’t already, you might want to see part 1 and part 2 before reading on. OK, so you’ve got exposed B&W film in the developing tank, and you’re … Continue reading
Following on from part 1, this is the second in a 3 part tutorial post on developing your black and white film at home… Now that you’ve got everything you need, the first thing to do is get your film … Continue reading
I love shooting film; I love the look of the images, the feel of the cameras, and the focus it demands when you’re out shooting. There’s also something very satisfying about taking the chemical process of your image from start … Continue reading
I recently ran my first solo exhibition on Phillip Island, called “Black and White Landscapes”. A simple name I know, but I wanted to have a definite theme for the series of images, and I always love seeing and photographing … Continue reading
To get this blog started, I thought I’d introduce myself with a self-portrait. Two heads are better than one, right?