Chasing pretty night views in the centre of Adelaide, South Australia.
I purchased a DIY Plastic Konstruktor Kit from Lomography. It was a little challenging to put together, but great fun to play with in Glenelg, the city and a couple of playgrounds! tried for some abstract ideas, photographed a reflection of myself taking a photo and had a go at a couple of double exposures… Continue reading Week 48 #project52 Konstruktor in Adelaide
During my recent trip to South Australia I spent time in Adelaide, the Zoo, Goolwa, Victor Harbor and Hindmarsh Island. Here are my 12 favourite images from the 300+ I took.
Still not completely sure that I want to let go of the colour!!!
My Sprocket Rocket has been out adventuring – in Adelaide and on the River Murray. This is one of my favourite film cameras – love the sprocket hole effect.
Another trip out double exposing with my Holga. I know I am a little repetitive at the moment – at least I go to different settings each time – but I am part of a group putting up a plastic camera exhibition, and I want to nails some excellent ones before I go to Thailand… Continue reading Week 20 #project52 Double again
Our with my hot pink Holga favourite, loaded with Lomography redscale film in the city of Adelaide. Dust in my scanning is pretty annoying, but photoshop or re-scanning will fix if I decide to do more with these. Love the way the little plastic, pink, camera captured the buildings and gorgeous sky!
Bought myself a new Holga – this one is army green, so now I get about the neighbourhood with a hot pink Holga on one shoulder and a green one on the other! Quite a sight!! First images out of the new Holga – some shots and some double exposure experiments. Not the best of… Continue reading Week 14 #project52 New Holga
Had a great deal of fun at Andrew’s 50th recently. Love shooting special events – be in touch if you’re interested in some treasured memories of your special occasion.
Wandering the streets and suburbs of Adelaide recently … I am on a mission to play with B&W a little more than I have, to see what I can produce!