Got busy dev’ing yesterday arvo…

Sooo, it was a pretty lazy arvo here in Clarko yesterday due to the weather, so since I’d burned 7 rolls of c41 in the past few weeks, I thought I’d mix up a new uni-color c41 kit and do some dev’ing.

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I always enjoy dev’ing. Actually having to go through so much effort to get your images, that once it works it really makes you appreciate them . I always get mixed results with c41 developing, some of these rolls have come out nice and bright and some have the unusual blue hue I often get from dev’s in these uni-color kits, once I have finished these I think I will switch to trying a different c41 developer to see if I can garner better results. I have some interesting emulsions in this batch so stay tuned for some scans of Kodak supra 800 and Kodak high definition 400 amongst some others. I have a bunch of random emulsions that I am keen to get stuck into. A lot of these are just mainly general snapping or test rolls put through the cameras I have been fixing up lately.  🙂

…update time, what have I been up to? fixing cameras, burning film etc. etc.

I know, I know, I said I would be posting more frequently… I have been, but still probably not as often as I should be. haha

Landscape taken from test roll of expire Ilford fp4 shot through Minolta x370s with Minolta 21mm f2.8 home developed in tmax developer 1:9 and scanned using Epson 4990
Landscape taken from test roll of expire Ilford fp4 shot through Minolta x370s with Minolta 21mm f2.8 home developed in tmax developer 1:9 and scanned using Epson 4990

While I have been a little quiet here the last month, I have actually been really busy in whatever spare time I get. Whilst a lot of my time away from work has been in preparation of the birth of our first child, I have still managed to steal away often enough to go for wonders with my camera. I must admit I have been starting to formulate a focus in my shooting as of late. While in the past I freely admit I have been predominantly a snap shot shooter, still am to some extent, I am trying to focus myself on creating more images that are of a nature that they would stand up to printing or display in a gallery, I have had quite an interest in rural landscapes to this effect as of late, I will share some once I feel happy enough with any of the images I have created.

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Strawberry Fields…

I still do not hate good old portra 160 for landscapes. :) Taken on Portra 160 with my Pentax Z1-P using my Sigma 24-70mm Developed and scanned by Valentines Camera house in fremantle. :)
I do love to shoot the strawberry fields when they are planted out. The great lines and colour…and who doesn’t love a good strawberry… also I still do not hate good old portra 160 film in 35mm for landscapes. 🙂 Taken on Portra 160 with my Pentax Z1-P using my Sigma 24-70mm Developed and scanned by Valentines Camera house in Fremantle.

 

 

…one way road to no where….

...oneway road to no where...
…one way road to no where… Taken with: Sony A7r using Minolta 50mm f1.2 manual focus lens Recently over the Christmas break, Lisa and I drove down to the beautiful Margaret River to spend some time with the family in the beautiful surrounds. I stop at this spot every time we make the long drive down south. I like to keep shooting certain scenes till achieve just what I am looking for….unfortunately there are never any clouds when I pass this spot, always giving it quite a harsh, spars feel.

…Melbourne trip 2013… an eerie recollection

How can you not love the street art of Melbourne?
How can you not love the street art of Melbourne?

Having posted the photos from our recent Melbourne trip yesterday, it reminded me that I had never actually posted my snaps from the last time I went to Melbourne in 2013 as part of a work trip. It’s quite trippy how reminiscent both sets of images are I think. I only got a couple of hours to walk the streets on my own with my cam to make the most of it. I do not remember all the stories that go with these now, so instead will allow the images to speak for themselves. I hope you enjoy. 🙂

All images were taken on little sony Nex5n with my voigtlander 35mm 1.4, Jupiter 8 50mm f2 or Spiratone 20mm f2.8 manual focus lenses.
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Melbourne in December…beautiful!

I have done rather limited traveling in my adult life. In fact I have never really been on a proper trip in my adult life other than for work. Which was also to Melbourne a few years back. (I still need to post those pics actually. haha) Ever since I was determined to go back and take my girl with me.

You're in the free tram zone...
“You’re in the free tram zone…” Taken on Sony A7r with Minolta 50mm f1.2 manual focus lens; edited on IPhone4s with snapseed.

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Ok, so it’s now 2016…

Ok, so it’s now 2016…

….and life has been crazy the last few years. Bands have broken up, bought a house, got engaged, done some traveling etc. etc. and all the while life got so crazy that I neglected some of my most favorite things. Like my little photography blog…

Well it’s 2016, a new year with a new outlook, time to get back to enjoying this life more. 🙂

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