Ricoh GR Street Photography in Chinatown

JC heads back into Melbourne's Chinatown with his tiny Ricoh GR to shoot some afternoon street. You'll see all the results, even the terrible ones! 24 Frames, this time as I started to lose light. Video Results

Leica M9 + 40mm M-Rokkor Out for a Walk

In this episode I wandered around the Maribyrnong River in Melbourne's North-West on a nice sunny afternoon. With my trusty Leica M9 + 40mm M-Rokkor I just shot the everyday snapshots that I'd take on an afternoon in the sun, with my camera.

Leica M9 + M-Rokkor 40mm Street Photography at Queen Victoria Market

JC heads into the Queen Victoria Market for some afternoon shooting with his M9 and the legendary 40mm M-Rokkor. Markets make a great location to practice shooting, even if you're making rubbish photographs. So get out there! You'll see all the results, even the terrible ones! Video Results

Contax TVS Digital Review

The Contax TVS Digital is a high-end compact camera within the legendary T range and the only digital model of the group. Boasting a massive 1/1.8", 5 Megapixel CCD sensor this little titanium box was one of the last models pumped out of the Kyocera factories sporting the Contax badge. In 2002 I was just barely talking to girls and trying to figure out how to pass my Math classes, so this little Contax was WAAAAY off my radar when it was released.

Abandoned Silos Geelong on 35mm film with Contax G2

JC wanders around an iconic abandoned wheat silo in Geelong, Victoria with his Contax G2 and the legendary 28mm Biogon f/2. This particular silo has some artwork on the side by Rone, which I missed footage of, but got some nice shots in the end. The location is pretty obvious and close to the road, but once you're in it has a grand feel to it.

Guest Post: RJW INC, Digital or film? Use what makes you happy

This week's guest post comes from one of my favourite photographers out of the UK, Martin aka RJW INC. He explores the relationship between Film and Digital photography in a world where many align themselves to only one approach. Martin assesses how it's possible to be deeply involved in both and that conditions should lead your decision on which medium to use.