Welcome to another Multiple Exposure “showcase!”
If you missed out on the previous showcase click here
Thank you to the nine photographers for putting the effort to contribute!
Hing Hshen is a full-time Dragon Boat Paddler, Marketing Specialist, film and camera enthusiast, and part-time Villain.
Past project| #instantmelbournestory
Daryll gives his take on his photography: In this day and age why does film photography appeals to me? It’s because I love the tactile nature of film, I love the whole feel of it, I love the mechanical components and leather on my cameras. I love that I’m creating a real physical object, with my own hands and not just abstraction of ones and zeroes. For me film is still the most honest form of photography.
Dylan Bow is a Sydney based film photographer with strong interests in a range of photographic styles including live music, fashion & experimental photography. Dylan loves poppy, bold colours & finds himself heavily inspired by vintage looks. He also contributes regularily to Backyard Opera Magazine & is represented by Racquet Studio.
Robert Agostino is an award-winning Canberra based Artist and Photographer. His work has exhibited broadly across Australia, and his works are represented in private and public collections both nationally and internationally. He is also a passionate educator of traditional photographic processes and regularly teaches darkroom techniques to all age groups. Robert also studied Art Theory at the Australian National University and is the Education Officer at PhotoAccess in Canberra.
Currently based in Melbourne, Julie has been shooting film for 2 years. She mainly shoots portraits and loves experimenting with colours, textures and light.
Robbie Duncan has recently started experimenting with film photography. Alongside, his journeys throughout the Australian landscape, he is able to capture a sense of beauty and complexity by multi layering the film through multiple exposures.
My work is based mostly in photography, experimenting with methods such as multiple exposures to challenge my way of working with film. Experimenting is a really important part of my practice as it takes the control away from my ability to perfect an image, and offers a way of communicating a story that is much less curated. My work is about calling to question the way I experience energy and impulse in the world. Cal Power is a visual artist currently completing a degree in Fine Arts at the National Art School majoring in photography.
Hello, my name is Svetlana Watson, born Russian, but for the past 20 years also happy to call myself an Australian.
I believe in Fate and Destiny, but with Crossroads. I guess same applies to my photography, there is always a choice.
Intuition plays massive part in making that split second decision between walking by or raising my camera.
Just recently a question popped up – why do I take photos? It’s deeper then ” I just love doing it “– more of a basic instinct as breathing, there also a ‘need’. Why and where is it comes from I may never know – philosophy is a tricky thing.
Life always presents itself with good stories – I just love to collect them, sometimes live through, sometimes as a silent observer.
Felicia’s photos are what she terms ‘slice of life’ candids or stills. She would walk around all day with a camera to her eye if she could.