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04 - Australia in colour 01

I’m so privileged to have grown up in Australia. Great weather (most of the time), amazing beaches and landscapes, a wide selection of delicious fresh produce – what more could you ask for! So over the past four years I have shot a lot of 35 and 120 film with 90% of it being colour negative film. Don’t get me wrong, I love shooting black and white film and have started to shoot more of it recently but when living in Australia, it’s a must to capture the beautiful colours and tones in the landscapes. So here are a bunch of shots from various locations within NSW and Queensland since 2012.

Sydney, NSW (Manly Beach, Shelley Beach, Freshwater Beach, Bondi Beach, Gordon's Bay)

Goulburn, NSW

Queensland (Woodford, Noosa & Brisbane)

All images shot on a Mamiya 7, 80mm f4.0 lens and Kodak film. Developed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab in Los Angeles, California.