There was a time, before DSLR’s, when a Photo Shop was a brick and mortar business located on the main streets of towns just like yours. When chemical processing and dark rooms turned film negatives into our cherished images, and no previews on bright LCD screens illuminated our photo taking. Most of photographic history was spent in such a time, and debates about current technologic advances and the pros and cons of such are best left to other forums, but a couple of years ago, when I was sans-DSLR for a time I had need to load some film into my 1st ever SLR, the trusty ol’ Pentax MZ-50, and shoot without the safety nets of an LCD screen for previewing, and the vastly increased storage space of 8&16 GB memory cards. Instead I loaded a roll of Fuji Reala Ace (24 shots – remember those days!!), left over from some forgotten age, and had a night on Crescent Bay. Here are some of the results, “From the Vault…”
Browse and purchase my original range of Tasmanian landscape photography
All the images you see throughout this blog, including those above, are available as fine art prints in a range of sizes. You can browse my online Tasmanian photography gallery and contact me to make a purchase. Alternatively, come and visit my site at Hobart’s popular Salamanca Market every Saturday from 8:00 to 3:00.
My Facebook page is also a good source of information including news regarding latest images and Tasmanian photography tours.