Monthly Archives: August 2012

Hedrich Blessing goes to the beach


Hedrich Blessing is a reknowned US photographic firm, established way back in 1929. Check out their blog. I guess they finally turned their back on digital gear a couple of years ago. I was wanting an affordable f1.4 lens, and went … Continue reading

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The thread to the unknown


These images mix traditional photograpy (that is, the capturing of images of the outside world) with imagery that is totally filmic. By utilising film in three dimensional configurations within the space of a pinhole camera, these photographs demonstrate the image-making … Continue reading

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Voyages to analogue space


I have this concept that I want to explore. We used to live partly in this analogue memory space. We tried to hold on to the past with albums of prints. We’d take Polaroids to prove that things were real. But the … Continue reading

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