Melbourne photographer Dave Carswell gives us our next insight into film photography sharing an entire roll of Kodak TriX400 120 shot with a Kowa Six
Melbourne spring has totally sprung, and what better way could there be to celebrate the new season than with a roll of gritty grainy black and white film? No better way.
Our next Whole Roll Project is a roll of Portra 160C shot in a circa 1953 Mamiya 6V folder by Peter Westcoast.
Little King Cafe, Chapter House Lane, Melbourne, Canon A-1, Fuji Natura 1600 35mm
The urbanlight Whole Roll Project asks photographers to share an entire roll of film. Next in the series is Melbourne’s Barbara Fischer shooting a roll of Superia 400, in her Nikon FE.
The urbanlight Whole Roll Project asks photographers to share an entire roll of film they have shot – ‘warts and all’. All photographers are invited to take part.
I will start the series off with a Fuji Neopan 400 roll I shot on my (holgamods) Holga120N.
The 2013 Ballarat International Foto Biennale starts this weekend (17 Aug) and runs until Sunday 15th September.
Funloving analogue collective The Melbourne Silver Mine are once again putting on a show, this time around we are focusing on the urban environment.
I am exhibiting 2 photographs as part of that experience.
Mamiya C330, Fuji Pro 160C
Hasselblad 500C, Kodak TriX 400 Continue reading “Ballarat International Foto Biennale – MSM Inc. URBAN”
News today that the Melbourne Convention Centre (now known as the ‘former’ Melbourne Convention Centre) located on the corner of Flinders and Spencer Street is to be demolished. (Obituary, The Age)
Most wont shed a tear, but Melbourne’s photographic community may feel a little sad to see the rather unusual building go.
Here are just some of the images I’ve captured there over the years.