A couple of weeks back I took my GR3 to the Melbourne Cup to shoot some street and do my very best Martin Parr impression in line with his Luxury series.
I was lucky enough to join in the crowd as Melbourne lead the charge on the Global Strike 4 Climate protest on Friday that saw over 100,000 protesters take the the streets to raise awareness for Climate Change.
Can a “cheap” lens for your Leica be any good? Yes. Is it worth buying? Absolutely! Do I have any screen presence? No.
In this video and write up I (poorly attempt to) check out the now well tested and surprisingly good 7Artisans 35mm by taking a brief walk through Fitzroy, Melbourne and an Abandoned Inner City Petrol Station.
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 headed out into Melbourne’s northern suburbs in the middle of a gloomy day to capture some of our lesser […]
A short piece on Melbourne’s streets, surrounds, locations and oddities. Captured in 2016-17. Mostly unposted and unshared photographs from the […]
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!