Welcome to the first urbanlight photographer’s guide.
In this ongoing series I will focus on some of my favourite Melbourne shooting spots and themes. New Chancery Lane, is a worthy opener, a location that delivers.
Melbourne has been struggling to deliver autumn once again this year. But since Easter we’ve seen a few of these mornings, with the sun burning through the mist. The end of Daylight savings gives us a better opportunity to meet the morning sun.
New Chancery Lane, Melbourne,
Canon Canonet QL17 GIII, Kodak TriX400
I was very pleased to have had my photographs included in the Melbourne Silver Mine’s 2011 Ballarat International Foto Biennale Fringe program show “Just Don’t Call it Street”. Continue reading “Just Don’t Call It Street – BIFB11 Fringe show”
Analogue film die-hard collective, The Melbourne Silver Mine has been holding an annual intra-member film based portrait shooting event each year for a few years now. Last winter I hosted a gaggle of them for a meetup in Melbourne’s Campbell Arcade with the view of shooting one another. Continue reading “A Miner Shooting session”
Mr Fotodudenz woke me up one day and threatened to drag me to Point Cook. “What’s the point of that?” I asked. He got it, he just didn’t laugh.