Fremantle Bridge pipes as a film test subject to experiment with film speed and contrast. Film tests can be time consuming and generally bore me to tears, but every now and then they are a necessary evil. So to make it a little more interesting I tried to find some local interesting subject matter.
I have been invited to exhibit several of my large format black and white prints at The Studio Gallery Yallingup. This new gallery is opening this week with its official launch on Saturday October 2nd, 2010, 6 to 8pm.
When I first photographed Carlo, above, he was already 83 years of age. I would often find him out in the paddocks, fossicking around for wood burls or looking for field mushrooms when in season. Before his passing, at nearly 90 years of age, I had the pleasure of making several memorable images.
framed 74.5cm x 61.5cm | image 40cm x 50cm | 4 of ed10 | $2000
I have been invited to present an artist talk for the City of Gosnells Artist Lounge Talk program, Liddelow Homestead
framed 74.5cm x 61.5cm | image 40cm x 50cm | 1 of ed10 | $1500
For the fifteenth year, the Gourmand Book Awards attracts over 6000 entries worldwide. Judged by an international jury, Pemberton Wine Region has been awarded Best Wine Photography Book in Australia and Best New World Wine Book in Australia in 2009.
Dune Cabbage Polaroid PN Type 55 Cape Leeuwin Augusta, 8×10 inches hand printed by Alex Bond silver gelatin fibre based print, selenium toned.
Reducing potential fan vibration in my enlarger head. Replacing the old fan with a 12volt DC axial fan used in computers. This not only eliminated vibration but was also quieter.
framed 74.5cm x 61.5cm | image 40cm x 50cm | ed10 | $1500