Well Im off for a bit to have a holiday… Hopefully this will be enough film 🙂
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
See you on the flip side 🙂
Its been a funny year… A couple of weeks back my monitor decided to die on me hence there hasn’t been any posts up for a while but a friend has loaned me one til I can get mine fixed (Cheers Mal!)
What better theme to start back with than another sleeper… Enjoy 🙂
I love it when people hit me up to take their photo and then seem surprised when I do…
Its getting back to sleeper time of year…
From early in the morning of “The Hobbit” red carpet world premiere.
Last Sunday I was taking one of my daughters to her first Gymkhana over the back of Normandale. I had a few cameras in the car for the horse riding 🙂 While they were away rounding up the horses I waited by the car (I was told in no uncertain terms by my 6 year old that I had to wait by the car) runners started coming past. With time to kill I started shooting them as they came past (yep I have a weird idea of fun).
Anyway if you were in this race here goes a bunch if photos, Im sorry to say I didn’t get everyone…
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Feel free to grab them 🙂
Nikon D90, 80-200 f2.8 Lens.
Recently I submitted a framed photo for the Phil Jacobs Benefit . Phil is one of the few camera repair people left in Wellington and sadly he has become seriously sick which has put a major financial strain on his family.
I have had my Rolleiflex fixed by Phil on numerous occasions and he has always gone out of his way to help me out.
They had a live auction last Friday for some of the prints and the rest have gone on TradeMe (NZ equivalent of Ebay).
Anyway if you want to buy a nice framed, darkroom printed shot of one of the founding fathers of Wellington’s statue overseeing repairs done to a street light then now is your chance, unfortunately I think bidding is restricted to NZ only… Anyway the auction is Here go have a look 🙂
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.