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This is the blog of a constant crafter - a 'showcase' for some of the things I make, some hints for crafting & recylcing - lots of photos and some words. I hope it will inspire.
Please Note: all photos are Copyright.



Thursday, 10 May 2012

Hubby is an Exhibitionist















Tee hee did that get your attention?!?  

My Hubby Dear has some of his photography on exhibition at a Cafe in Newtown - upstairs at Berkelouw's Bookshop in O'Connell (just off King Street).

The official opening is Friday evening - the 11th May -  from 5.30.   Clik Here for the cafe's FaceBook page.

Alan uses old medium format TLR cameras with film and he does his own processing and developing - all old style in a dark room.  Black & White and completely non-digital.



















The medium format & the 'wet-processing' give Alan's photos a nostalgic feel and some of the pictures in this exhibition were taken a while ago - remember those red rattler trains?

The Exhibition is on until the 3rd June.

2 comments:

  1. Love great black and white photography created the "old fashioned" way. It's good to see there are some photographers who still love the art!

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  2. Thanks :-) he's quite pleased with himself as he has sold 6 photos! Me, I'd be jumping over the moon!!!
    But yes - old fashioned photos do look different to digital. They are about light going through a glass lens ... no pixie pixels! Though I'd miss the ease in touch-ups ... am always taking the shine off my Blythe dolls' faces ;->

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