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Happy Easter Long Weekend for 2017. Down here in Fremantle it’s the weekend of the Fremantle Street Arts Festival, which has grown into one of the biggest festivals we have here and definitely my favourite. This year is extra special because the festival pitches are spreading out right down High Street past the gallery. From Saturday 15 April until Monday 17th April High Street will be closed to cars and the whole of High street down to Mouat Street will full of performers performing and watchers saying “Wow!” There will be loads of happy people wandering around enjoying the sights and having fun, it’s probably the best weekend of the year to visit Fremantle, especially with the magic weather we are having, so come on down and join in.
You can check out the whole program right HERE>>
The Gallery is Open all weekend.
The High Street Gallery will be open the whole weekend (Saturday-Monday) from 10am to 5pm with a great new selection of new images, including this one below…
I have spent years carrying around and shooting with a Hasselblad H4D-60 with a selection of beautiful Hasselblad (Fujinon) lenses, and the results have been outstanding. The image files are razor sharp, have wonderful smooth tonal transitions and are an absolute dream to work on. So why have I gone over to the dark side, traded the faithful Hasselblad for the Phase One black box? Read the rest of this entry »
Last Year in August I spent 10 days travelling around the Southern Highlands of Iceland with my Phase One 100 Megapixel camera, the (relatively) newly released Phase One XF and the IQ3-100 back. Along with a range of Phase One, Schneider Kreuznach and Mamiya lenses it’s a very heavy camera bag! So is it worth carrying all that gear? Are the results really that good? Well, yes.
Scoresby sound in South East Greenland is the largest Fjord complex on Earth, it is also the least populated and has one of the most isolated communities on Earth…. Interesting stats, but the best bits are that it is completely unique and amazingly beautiful. Seeing Scoresby Sound by boat during the brief far Northern hemisphere summer is definitely one of the highlights of my career so far. To sail around surrounded by sheer rock walls hundreds of metres high in fjords that are hundreds of metres deep (I spent some time time watching the depth sounder on the boat completely awed), while massive ice sculptures that dwarfed the boat floated serenely past is truly something to behold.
Just before taking off to Greenland last year I spent a couple of weeks driving around the wild Southern Highlands of Iceland exploring for this years Iceland photo tour. I had rented a 4wd camper van, which turned out to be clapped out Landrover Defender with a timber platform screwed together in the back as a bed… I paid more to rent this car for the two weeks than I would have paid to buy it back here in Australia! Still, it got me to some amazing places where you really do need 4wd, and provided shelter for the many times it rained. If you look carefully, you can see the car in the bottom left corner in the image below. From this distance you can’t tell just how tired and worn out it is. If you look even more carefully you can see the tiny shapes of two climbers on the mountain in the top right hand corner.