Posts tagged “Palmers Head

Plane Trails

A few more night shots from Palmers Head overlooking the Wellington Airport.

Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.

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Take Shelter Part 2… Rolleiflex

This is the second part of the post from yesterday now that I have managed to get some more film developed.

Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.


Take Shelter Part 1

First lot of shots from Take Shelter gig on Saturday.  It was held at the WW2 fortress at Palmers Head which overlooks the airport. I have to say that it was a super sweet location to have a trio of Punk bands.

I got there late and totally missed Johnny and the Felchers as well as the first half of Numbskull.

Still have some film from my Rolleiflex to develop and will hopefully have that sorted by tomorrow…

Check out the bands

http://methdrinker.bandcamp.com/

http://numbskull.bandcamp.com/

And some shots from Alex

http://agoodthinggone.wordpress.com/2012/08/25/a-punk-show-at-palmer-head-fortress/

this was the only shot I really got of Numbskull.

Great vantage points were to be had.

Last of all was Meth Drinker

Nikon F5, 50mm f1.8 Lens, Kodak Tri-x 400 (pushed to 1600)


Palmers Head

Went on a bit of an adventure last night with Fergus and Alex trying to get some more time lapse and long exposures. We started off going to Palmers Head above the Wellington Airport where I set up a time lapse on the roof of the main bunker and then went and did some light painting inside while it was ticking over (still have to process it into video). A few minutes after we arrived a couple on a date turned up with a romantic dinner complete with candles and a chilly bin filled with food. I think having three photographers along probably didn’t help the mood much so we left after about an hour. Fergus did get to share some of there alcohol though 🙂

I’m now have something like three rolls of film to develop from Rollei but I’m now just waiting to get my developing stuff back so I can finally develop them…

Nikon D90, 50mm f1.8.