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
Another fun excursion with the Sprocket Rocket – in Mandalay, Myanmar. Eye candy and camera bliss!
One thing my teaching colleagues from around the world, especially those from the UK, fail to understand is that while Phuket has gorgeous beaches, South Australia has simply stunning beaches and mile upon mile of them!! These were taken in Normanville, but could be anywhere on our glorious coastline. Double exposures with the Sprocket Rocket… Continue reading Week 43 #project52 Beach Doubles
I took the Sprocket Rocket into Chiang Mai for some fun last month. My hot pink camera isn’t very subtle for street photography, but I managed to gather some action shots and glimpses into Chiang Mai’s streets, city walls and markets.
As one of my assessment tasks for Alternative Presentation at the Centre for Creative Photography was to create a book from my favourite Holga double exposure images. Taken in 5 states of Australia, these represent my favourites to date! I hand bound a book to display them – fabulous course, great place to learn!!!
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!
I love my Holga SO much that I bought a second one (this time ick green with a colour flash option – I’ll use that for a later post). Now I can cruise for clicks in colour on one Holga and B&W on the other!! Yippee. New one is proving to be pretty solid –… Continue reading Week 12 #project52 Holga Doubles
My trust Sprocket Rocket had a work out in the early evening on North Terrace in the city. Interesting – but even with 400 ISO film, not it’s strength!
Sunday was the last day of the Brighton Beach Sculpture display. I had been hanging out for a sunny day and finally it came on the final day. There is another post with my digital efforts (closer to the event obviously, because of the immediacy of digital), this one has been delayed by processing of… Continue reading Week 7: #project52 – Fisheye take2
So this week’s project was to get out with my new Lomography Fisheye camera. Quite a few reasonable successful images. Have to sacrifice my usual attachment to sharp focus and intense definition, but for fuzzy, plastic camera images, they’re not bad! I left the film frame around a few – what do you think? Better… Continue reading Week 6: #project52 Fisheye