It has been a week of non-photography, but I did manage to load up a roll of Konica Minolta Centuria Super 800. This is a film that I was given a few Christmas’s ago as part of an “endangered film” selection, but recently I decided it was not going to improve with age so it was loaded up into my FM2n and over the next few weeks I will polish it off and see what magic is left.
Strangely enough a quick google search does not bear much info other than some links to the dreaded “lomography” movement.
Not much else to share, it has been a bleak week photographically but I did manage to take some slightly more creative images for the 365 Project.
With Mother’s Day tomorrow, I will be once again regulated to some street shooting, but last Sunday was a HUGE photographic day for me. It all started at 4am, waking up to meet some friends for sunrise. We ended up down in Austinmer with a late, second chance sunrise, before dropping into Woollongong for a quick hardware stock up at Bunnings before heading to the annual “Wings over Illawarra” airshow.
The airshow is one of the few opportunities that we get to see historic aircraft in flight in Australia, not as good for warbirds as the Temora show, but it still hosts a few gems. Plenty of pictures taken and the 70-200 + 1.4x teleconverter combination proved to be well worth lugging.
After this we headed to the Seacliff bridge for sunset. This was a bit of a waste of time, as the location was not ideal, nor were the clouds coming out to play, but it did help to fill in a few hours before the evenings exploration and pyrotechnics.
Another month has crept by and again I have tried to keep the 365 Project images out of the weekly updates. However, it has been a tough month photographically with few opportunities, but May has already given me some opportunities.
I closed off April with one opportunity to take some photos, but was uninspired and only snapped a few frames. Here is a selection from a trip out to Cape Banks National Park, taken. with the D700.
As with the usual review post, here is the April 2013 collection of miscellaneous images. Click through for more!
Although these images were taken last Sunday, I have only just managed to get around to finish editing them tonight. I have not managed to take many other photos this week so without further adieu here are some images from the annual veterans march, this year joined by the new veterans from the recent conflicts that the Australian Armed Forces have participated in.
Taken with my Nikon D700 and Sigma EX DG 180mm f/3.5 Macro
Unfortunately it has been a rather photography dry week with many last minute images being taken and not any images being taken overall. With my resolution of avoiding the cross posting of my 365 Project images other than in my monthly review posts. This leaves this post short and more of a check in than sharing anything.
It has been another long and tiresome week for me, but thankfully this week has seen me receive and process two rolls of film and get out and about today to take some photos. Not any photos but photos with my Infra Red modified D80, and for once the conditions were right for this camera.
To be fair I should start with the film, double trouble this time (sorry this post will be image heavy). The first was a roll of Rollei RPX 400, taken with my Fuji Klasse W. This has been in the camera since February so there is quite a mix of images present ranging the end of my trip to Hobart to images that were taken the week before last.
The second roll of film is a roll of Agfa APX 100. This was shot using my Leica M3 and my Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.1 and Voigtlander Heliar 75mm f/1.8. These images span from February through to April.
Finally some shots taken with the Fuji S5 Pro and Nikon D80IR from the last two weekends. I will start with the tedious food porn.
Moving onto images from today’s trip up to Leura.