As you may have seen in the previous post, I have the Fujifilm GFX 50S for about a month and over the next week, I’ll be testing it. I’ll head out soon to work on my Tattoos of Asia project, and am playing with every aspect of the camera before I leave so I know […]
I have the Fujifilm GFX 50S for the next month or so thanks to Fujifilm Korea (glad to be using it for my Tattoos of Asia project), and I’d like to share my thoughts here as I begin using the camera. I’ve shot both medium and large format film over the years, but this will […]
Yangon. Still hands down my favourite city I have ever been to. So much diversity, fantastic food, beautiful light, beautiful people, long history. The most welcoming city I have been to, and a place I can go back to time and time again. Take a morning walk around Yangon. You won’t regret it.
The forgotten war. The Korean War. 6.25. A time when Australian boys again left home to defend the rights and lives of those they didn’t know. The eight men below are veterans of that war. They are the men who ensured I am able to live where I live, and do what I do. My […]
Jongno is the old downtown of modern Seoul. It was what Gangnam is. The character of this district draws me back time and time again. The people are gruff and hard working. They come from every background you could imagine, and you never know who you’ll meet as you turn each corner. $3 hair cuts, […]