Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.
12/04/2015 | Categories: Rolleiflex | Tags: beach, black and white, book, Chillin, clouds, Dark Halide, film, HP5, ilford, New Zealand, Petone, photo, photography, Photos, Relaxing, Rollei, Rolleiflex, Simon Burrow, wellington | Leave a comment
Last Sunday I went on a shoot with a friend to Titahi bay. We predominately went to take landscapes but old habits die hard and I ended up taking more images of people than of landscapes. We probably looked a bit odd since I was shooting with Rollei and he was shooting with a Mamiya RZ67.
Its a great area to shoot and gets the last of the sun so the light is awesome in the late afternoon. We also found a couple of places I hadn’t been before. I think I need to go back and try and take more people shots of the people in the boat sheds…
28/05/2011 | Categories: Blog, Rolleiflex | Tags: beech, black and white, Boat Sheds, clouds, Dark Halide, film, Horse, HP5, ilford, New Zealand, photo, photography, portrait, Rollei, Rolleiflex, seascape, Simon Burrow, Street Photography, Titahi Bay, tractors, water, Waterfront, wellington | Leave a comment
Ruins of an old gold mining town in Central Otago, New Zealand
Nikon F5, Tokina 19-35mm Lens.
31/05/2010 | Categories: Blog | Tags: bendigo, black and white, clouds, Dark Halide, F5, film, New Zealand, Nikon, photo, photography, ruin, Simon Burrow | Leave a comment
Reconstructed Stable in Old Cromwell Town, Cromwell, Central Otago, New Zealand
Nikon D70s ISO 200 f22 for 15 seconds with a Cokin 007 IR filter
The composition of this shot was based on Lawrence Aberhart’s style ( I wish I could have shot it on an 8×10 camera like Mr Aberhart)
16/03/2010 | Categories: Blog | Tags: black and white, clouds, cromwell, Infrared, IR, photo, photography, stable, white | Leave a comment