As with many, I fell in love with photography as the digital SLR revolution was really taking off. I learned my craft on digital cameras, starting out in landscapes and have dabbled in portraiture, weddings, events and commercial photography.
Of course as I was growing up, I used a film camera, but back then I was a point and shooter.
Over the past 18 months, I have fallen in love with film photography. I still have my digital cameras and lenses, but there is something about film photography that is addictive. Coupled with the the romanticism of some of our favourite photographs of all time were shot on film, the lure was has been irresistible.
This site will be exclusively be dedicated to film and I hope to showcase portraits, landscapes and snapshots of what I consider interesting and novel. I live in Sydney, Australia, so you will see a lot of my city.
What better way to kick off my foray into film then launch into a quick series starring my wife Mavis! We took a drive to the Northern Beaches and stopped off McCarrs Creek Reserve. It was a cool, but beautiful winters day in Sydney. These were shot on a Mamiya 645af with 80mm f2.8 lens on the new Kodak Portra 400 film.