A twist to the whole roll project format this time as we turn out attention to instant photography via a 10 exposure pack of Fujifilm FP-3000B black and white peel-apart instant film, shot by Lea Williams in a Polaroid 220 Land Camera
Since 2007 I have been participating in the Melbourne Silver Mine Inc’s annual exhibition of analogue photography UNSENSORED.
The Melbourne Silver Mine is a non-profit collective of photographers who choose to shoot with film or use other traditional photographic techniques.
UNSENSORED13, the 7th Instalment opens at Collingwood Gallery, 292 Smith Street Collingwood at 6pm, Friday 1st November 2013. (facebook opening night event)
I am very proud to have been involved in the formation of the Melbourne Silver Mine and to have had the opportunity to share my participation in this great event with a fantastic bunch of inspiring photographers.
This year I am exhibiting four photographs, all captured with the Holga 120N medium format camera.
Holga 120N, Shanghai GP3 film, Rodinal 1+100 Continue reading
Matthew Joseph has developed quite a reputation for wide angle photographic landscapery. He wasn’t always a slick ‘every shot’s a winner’ exponent of this photographic genre however. In this edition of the Whole Roll Project he shares his first ever Super Wide Angle roll, shot with a 15mm lens strapped to a Voigtlander Bessa L.
Melbourne photographer Dave Carswell gives us our next insight into film photography sharing an entire roll of Kodak TriX400 120 shot with a Kowa Six
Dave Carswell whole roll of Kodak TriX shot in Kowa Six
Frame 1 top left to frame 12 bottom right (click for inverse)
Melbourne spring has totally sprung, and what better way could there be to celebrate the new season than with a roll of gritty grainy black and white film? No better way.
Our next Whole Roll Project is a roll of Portra 160C shot in a circa 1953 Mamiya 6V folder by Peter Westcoast.
Peter Westcoast Portra 160C
(Frame 1 top right through to 12 bottom left)
The urbanlight Whole Roll Project asks photographers to share an entire roll of film. Next in the series is Melbourne’s Barbara Fischer shooting a roll of Superia 400, in her Nikon FE.
Barbara Fischer – Fuji Superia 400 shot with Nikon FE
frame 1 bottom left through to frame 26 top right. Click for larger image
The urbanlight Whole Roll Project asks photographers to share an entire roll of film they have shot – ‘warts and all’. All photographers are invited to take part.
I will start the series off with a Fuji Neopan 400 roll I shot on my (holgamods) Holga120N.
Fuji Neopan 400 in Holga 120N: Frame 1 top left, through to frame 12 bottom right.
(click to view inverted image)
The 2013 Ballarat International Foto Biennale starts this weekend (17 Aug) and runs until Sunday 15th September.
Funloving analogue collective The Melbourne Silver Mine are once again putting on a show, this time around we are focusing on the urban environment.
I am exhibiting 2 photographs as part of that experience.
Mamiya C330, Fuji Pro 160C
Hasselblad 500C, Kodak TriX 400 Continue reading