Scott Probst sharing his Iceland experience shot on ISO 6 speed film on The Australian Photographers Scene, dedicated to sharing the works of analog artists
Nick Kennedy packs some Kodak Portra 400 & Kodak Ektar & travels with the Olympus XA2 shares his travel journal through Patagonia on AFPS.blog.
Wākāinga the Māori word for Home. Feature by Isabel Sylvie (Australian Film Photographer)
A new way to achieve lab film scans at home through a new software plugin via Adobe Lightroom. Hashem from Pushing Film demonstrates some examples.
Felipe Molina Dorlhiac shares of his recent travels to Korea & Taiwan. Documented on Kodak Portra 160 & 400 and Ilford Delta 100
Havana – Cuba, one of the hottest destination for street photographers. Felipe Molina Dorlhiac shares his experience travelling and engaging with the locals as he documents his travels.
Michael Joliffe describes the creative and emotional value family documentary plays in his life. He showcases some of his amazing black & white photography so don’t miss it.
Arnaud Lefrançois is a french photographer residing in Norway, he takes us on a journal style feature to the top of Lofoten Norway.
Our final Multiple Exposure showcase theme from across Australia.
Hashem McAdam discusses in our next feature article “Pushing Film” on Youtube, the journey so far…
Australian Film Photographers Scene Showcase Multiple Exposures. Nine talented photographer showcase.
Ioana Tăut shares her story of incorporationg Instant Film in her music photography
Australian Film Photography Scene featuring Pushing Film by Hashem McAdam & Nick Chen
Take a step into the vibrant and bustling developing country of Ethiopia in 2017 as seen through the eyes of Chris Frangou.
The experience told by Nannette Reid as she visits some of the Nazi Concentration Camps. As you take a step back in time, the terror of the prisoners can be felt throughout these images.
Take an inside look at the Queensland Fire & Rescue Authority’s fire recruit training as documented by Queensland Photographer Michael Finder
Commuters is a beautiful piece of work by Sergio Leyva Seiglie. Photographed in Cuba where Sergio was born, he gives you a glimpse of Cuban every day life as a commuter. Enjoy the ride!