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One of the Many Reasons Why I LOVE Large Format

Recently I was fortunate enough to take part in a joint exercise with my favourite local analogue photographers group, Melbourne Silver Mine and the White Night Melbourne to take some long exposure photography over the course of the night ~ from the White Night Melbourne site: In its 2013 debut, White Night Melbourne attracted more […]

The Kitchen Darkroom

One Saturday a group of friends with a common passion for analogue photography got together to convert Paul’s kitchen into a darkroom for the afternoon for the purposes of making some traditional photographic ‘wet’ prints. Those of us not experienced in this art (Lea, Sophie & I) watched & learnt from our friends Paul & […]

Unsensored 09

Unsensored 09

Unsensored 09 – The Melbourne Silver Mine presents Unsensored 09 an exhibition of analogue photography. Now in it 3rd year, The Melbourne Silver Mine’s UNSENSORED09 is the work of 43 artists using film in their photographic expression. Opening night Friday 7th August 2009 6pm at The Collinwood Gallery 292 Smith St Collingwood, Melbourne. The exhibition […]

Home made mask for scanning sprockets in Canoscan 8400f

Scanning for Sprockets

So you’ve got yourself a new BBF, or you’ve loaded 35mm into your Medium Format Toy Camera after I showed you how (or not, *heh*) or you may have bought a 35mm back for your Diana + camera or for your Holga. You have finished your first roll of film that you opted (in the […]

Distance/Range Legend on a Holga Lens to Select Appropriate Focus Range

Starting Out

T he popularity of plastic cameras like the new Diana + series means that there are more people out there taking their first steps with film and medium format, as well as dealing with the particular quirks of these plastic fantastics. I sometimes forget that in this digital age there are many people out there […]