The 40mm M-Rokkor lens is a real hidden gem of true Leica pedigree, even if it wears a Minolta badge. It's sharp, it's moody and has a tiny focus throw enabling you to focus with a rangefinder very, very quickly. It's my favourite lens ever!
I recently received a little known camera from Japan, the Olympus OZ10 point and shoot. Continuing my obsession with point and shoot film cameras I picked this little plastic fantastic up for the $AUD equivalent of a Red Bull and a meat pie. It’s little beauty and a true hidden gem of the Olympus compact line of the mid-1990s
I’ve been hanging onto a few HP5 rolls, ready to be shot on my badass little Contax TVS which only […]
I recently took out one of my little point and shoots across some of the streets of Melbourne. The Nikon Zoom […]
I drive past this beat to shit old and now long abandoned Petrol Station in Maribyrnong every other week. Finally, […]
I hadn’t shot in a while so, I decided to take out my little Nikon Zoom 310 AF compact scored […]
I headed out into Melbourne’s northern suburbs in the middle of a gloomy day to capture some of our lesser […]
While in the US in January, 2017 I took the little and severely outdated Contax TVSd out for a wander […]
When I travel, I try to travel as light as humanly possible. Laptop, phone, single camera and lens, HDD, SD […]
I took out my little Contax TVS Digital, one of my all time favourite cameras for a day of shooting […]
I’m really trying to use a 35mm lens for street and daily photography, but for some reason I’m finding it […]
I was lucky enough to be in New York’s Midtown area during the 2017 Women’s March. The streets of President […]
A short piece on Melbourne’s streets, surrounds, locations and oddities. Captured in 2016-17. Mostly unposted and unshared photographs from the […]
There are literally thousands of spots in Melbourne that the city's street photographers hit each and every day. But, it's a great start and hitting these locations once or twice on a trip will give you a pretty good taste of Melbourne's colourful characters, more than enough to get a few choice street shots.
The Epson R-D1s is the second of the bizarre R-D1 series of cameras from Epson who teamed up with Seiko to produce a true gem and oddity of the camera world.
The 'yes' campaign has already made history. Now we need to win the vote, and win by a lot!