Filed under: photography | Tags: blue mountains, echo point, fuji instax, katoomba, photography
The first shots from my visit to the Blue Mountains taken just before descending into the valley below.
Filed under: found images | Tags: educational slides, industrial landscapes, south western, usa
While in Melbourne I visited the chapel street bazaar and found an amazing stash of educational slides from the USA. I bought three sets and have scanned them all since arriving back in Sydney. My favorite is Other Industries of the Southwest (meaning other than agriculture). I find these types of images irresistible, the barren landscapes of industry and surreal impact of the imposed infrastructure. These are just a few of my favorite images from the roll of film.
These were shot on my lomokino during my last visit to Melbourne. I have so far only partially animated the scanned frames. The overlapping exposures however create their own fascinating effect as a still image. I have long been interested in the repetition of a single image, revealing the minute changes caused by time and process.
Filed under: photography | Tags: fuji instax, instant, photography, polaroid
The out buildings of the old Rozelle Hospital. Shot with a fuji instax wide.
Filed under: photography | Tags: lomo, lomography, photography, super sampler
Ilford HP5 taken with Lomo super sampler
Filed under: photography, Uncategorized | Tags: fuji, instax, photography, rozelle
Concrete monoliths of a human scale standing huddled together. Shots taken with fuji instax near Sydney College of the Arts.
Filed under: 2012 made in, craft | Tags: craft, fibre art, needlepoint, photography, tapestry
Another tapestry completed. Train tracks at Murchison East with the haze of dust obscuring and obliterating the detail and distance.