Have been thinking of joining The Melbourne Camera Club for a little while now. Browsing their website I found the post for a Photowalk so I thought I’d participate to have a look. The theme was B&W which fitted right in with my current interest shooting older B&W film cameras. Below is a series of… Continue reading The Melbourne Camera Club Photowalk July 2018
Roll three out of the Fuji GSW690iii saw a few shots out at Stones of the Yarra Valley after I shot with my Pinhole camera. A couple of long exposure shots of a fountain and finishing the roll down at my local park lake. As you will see below all the images are dark due… Continue reading Fuji GSW690iii Roll Three
For the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day on 29th April 2018 I decided to head out to Stones of the Yarra Valley for sunrise. In my Vermeer Cameras, wooden panoramic pinhole camera I still had a full roll of Kodak T-Max 400 less the first two frames I had taken at home. This was still the… Continue reading Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day
When I decided to again pickup an analogue camera one important question was raised, how to print and share worthy frames. The laundry developing of B&W negatives proved to be easier than I remembered but printing and sharing still needed to be worked out. I decided on a hybrid approach as there was no possibility… Continue reading Scanning Film
Melbourne hosted White Night on Saturday 20th Feb & I had a walk around with a few friends. 3. Pitcha Makin’ Fellas, Royal Exhibition Building façade 8. Old Melbourne Gaol, 377 Russell Street 32. Neon Laneway, Rutledge Lane 50. Federation Federation, Square façades
I listen to a photography podcast, tfttf (Tips from the top floor) by Chris Marquardt. In episode 663 Chris interviews Sina Farhat from Gothenborg, Sweden, who tells us about his method of scanning film with a DSLR. Here is his site with his setup details. That got me thinking about all the analogue photos I have… Continue reading Digitizing Analogue Photos
Had a Black & white urge…
Sunday the 23d of June 2013 saw the rise of the Super Moon, fortunately being a Sunday I had time to go up to Kalorama Park Lookout on the back of Mt Dandenong & shoot the rising. The best shots below.
Shot from a Melbourne building, Canon 60D, 800 shots, 4 sec interval, EF50mm f/1.4 USM 1/500 sec at f 8.0 ISO 100 Some post work. Melbourne Docks Timelapse Melbourne Docks Timelapse from Steve on Vimeo.
A few shots of the Kilcunda Eagle’s. It look like a younger eagle being taught how to hunt by an elder, mother perhaps.