Nick Kennedy packs some Kodak Portra 400 & Kodak Ektar & travels with the Olympus XA2 shares his travel journal through Patagonia on AFPS.blog.
The making of Work in Process Film Lab & Darkroom. A short video introduction to Brock Saddler & his latest venture here in Melbourne Australia.
Chloe Adler presents “Farm Life” on The Australian Film Photographers Scene.
Kirk Davis takes us on a trek across Nepal. Fascinating to have been there, fascinating to reflect back on this adventure.
Arnaud Lefrançois is a french photographer residing in Norway, he takes us on a journal style feature to the top of Lofoten Norway.
Hashem & Sarah talks film with local film shooters Cooper & Stephanie in Perth.
Sarah Black shares her insight as a Professional Lifestyle Photographer and the journey of embracing Film Photography for herself, her clients and her kids.
Our final Multiple Exposure showcase theme from across Australia.
Nils Karlson shares with the AFPS community his latest series “Landscape Dogs”. This is a unique photo documentary between the love of man’s best friend & the passion for landscape photography
Meeda Khalifa takes you into what most of us would consider an “Alien World”. The Deep Blue is the latest series on AFPS from our international contributor from Germany.
Kelly Adams takes us on her family adventure into the vibrant & colourful country of Vietnam
Darcy takes us through the region of Kashmir on his motorcycle
Take a step into the vibrant and bustling developing country of Ethiopia in 2017 as seen through the eyes of Chris Frangou.
AFPS is proud to introduce Steve de Villiers from South Africa. Take a step inside Hillbrow Boxing Club & be immersed with this black & White series shot on Kodak Trix.
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