A Trip to Svartisen Glacier, Norway.

An earlyish morning start, on the bus to the boat.

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 The mighty vessel.

The mighty vessel.

 Early morning fog.

Early morning fog.

 Breath-taking views.

Breath-taking views.

 Ice cave.

Ice cave.

 Side view.

Side view.

Norway’s second largest glacier, roughly a 3km hike from where we were dropped off from the boat. Covering a span of approximately 370 square km. I hope it sticks around for a while, long enough for a few more generations to experience this natural very old beauty.

Street & Light Photography Workshops

Coming soon.

Something that I’ve been passionate for a long time. Creating interesting photographic representations not only from around my home here in Brisbane but abroad. I will pass on tips and hints for capturing.interesting moments amongst city streets. The best time of day and lens selection. It doesn’t matter whether you shoot digital or analogue (film).

 2 photographs that just seemed to worked together. When I was taking them, there were no plans for this final composition.

2 photographs that just seemed to worked together. When I was taking them, there were no plans for this final composition.

 Walking along at dusk, a great time for shallow depth of field with bright lenses (f/1.4).

Walking along at dusk, a great time for shallow depth of field with bright lenses (f/1.4).

Ready to go.

In about 2 weeks I’m off again overseas. This time with a slightly different assortment of film. The regulars inclusive - Cinestill 800T, 50D and bwXX. 

I don’t always pick a specific film for a specific scenario but sometimes. Ilford PAN F 50, perfect for bw long exposures. Depending on how much light is available. I have a few filters R25 (bw contrast enhancement), ND both 9stop and variable 9stop from HOYA. 

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A couple of new ones I thought I’d try out. IRO200 from filmneverdie and Holiday 200. How appropriate. From Hillvale. Both stores based in Melbourne Victoria.