Enlargers, the good the bad the ugly? I am often asked about all kinds of photography equipment, from cameras to tripods to enlargers and everything in between. Recently I was asked about what is a good enlarger so as I have yet too add this FAQ to my website I’ll start with a blog entry… Continue reading Enlargers?
Recently I entered into and was selected to participate in a series of workshops run by SBS, & the CCP, in conjunction with Brimbank council on a photo documentary project about Sunshine. Coincidentally I decided to undertake some professional development using a professional level medium format digital camera. Combining both seemed natural so I’m out… Continue reading More Announcements!
I am very excited to announce that this weekend, 2nd September and 3rd September, the Melbourne Photobook Collective will have a stand at the photobook fair as part of the 2017 Ballarat International Foto Biennale. I personally will be sitting the stand on the Saturday, swing by say hi and buy a book or three.… Continue reading Photobook Fair @ BIFB 2017
Time and tide is an exhibition by renowned Australian Artist David Tatnall. It is being shown at the Colour Factory exhibition place in Fitzroy. Te show runs from the 6th July 2017 to the 5th Aug 2017. As part of my job we regularly visit the Colour Factory, amongst other industry professionals, and when we arrived… Continue reading Time & Tide
British Watchtowers, by Donovan Wylie, with an essay by, Loiuse Pubrick pub. Steidel 176 pages Hardback / Clothbound in slipcase 29.5 x 23 cm English ISBN 978-3-86930-782-4 1. Edition 11/2014 Printing is of the standard one would expect form Steidl. The slip case is pale grey and the books have dust jackets spines that tonally… Continue reading Photobook Review
Here’s a quote from her seminal text being written about on another website in 3 parts. The surrealist’s search for ‘the other’ is ultimately no different from what motivates documentary photographers, who are little more than socio-economic tourists in other people’s lives: “The view of reality as an exotic prize to be tracked down […]… Continue reading Long Reads or why Susan Sontag is so 1980