Since beginning my switch to film in mid-2017, I've tried a handful of different film stocks from budget to pro in a variety of cameras. This short list are my favourites to shoot street and any other kind of photography!
I was lucky enough to head into Melbourne's CBD to check out White Night, the free festival that Melbourne puts on where they project, colourise and generally sex up key buildings around the place. It was crazy packed and allowed me to get a couple of street snaps while out and about.
I recently took out one of my little point and shoots across some of the streets of Melbourne. The Nikon Zoom 310 AF is solid performer, super loud but a solid 6-7/10ish. Like I've said in the past the lens isn't exactly super sharp, nor is it incredibly soft. Totally middle of the road and totally… Continue reading Random Roll #1 – Nikon Zoom 310 AF + Fuji Color 200
I hadn't shot in a while so, I decided to take out my little Nikon Zoom 310 AF compact scored off eBay for a cool $30 and run two rolls of film through it. With an order of Ilford HP5 and Fuji 400H in the mail, due any time between now and Christmas I thought… Continue reading One Day in Melbourne with the Nikon Zoom 310 AF + Fuji Superia 400
I headed out into Melbourne's northern suburbs in the middle of a gloomy day to capture some of our lesser known and forgotten "industrial" areas. I took the train out to Coburg and then in Clifton Hill, two older areas of Melbourne. Both areas seem to have some hidden away and oddly ignored areas down… Continue reading One Day in Melbourne with Zeiss 35mm ZM
I took out my little Contax TVS Digital, one of my all time favourite cameras for a day of shooting in Melbourne's CBD and a few sneaky frames on the way to the train. It was a bit wet, rainy and overcast all day so I was only out for a few hours so there… Continue reading One Day in Melbourne with the Contax TVS Digital