hey guys

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Dan, Mar 12, 2009.

  1. Dan

    Dan Guest

    Hey, just joined,

    I'm Dan, I live near Byron, which is near the Gold Coast.

    I dev my own B&W and C41 at home, and looking into moving into E6 as
    well soon, I was considering buying a tank for doing 16 and 35mm
    motion picture variety for a few hundred, as I study film, it would
    make good economical sense and would be nice to shoot on super16 or
    super35 and sourcing film from overseas.

    Would record to uncompressed digital audio and sync with a clapper if
    I did this, the only piece in the puzzle left is how the hell would I
    do a reliable steady home telecine (though is there a good place on
    the GC that does it? does movieworld still do this kinda thing?), the
    only thing i can think of is a hand advanced projector and project
    with a lens directly into an slr with lens off if i can project a
    focussed image that small with it, or some other variety of that like
    projecting onto a spinning 'ground glass' with slr photographing that
    or something similar.

    I guess it may as well be a pipe dream unless I can get some kind of
    automation into the system for capture, if anyone has some tips, let
    me know :)


    For photography... I like to shoot a lot of landscapes and nature
    themed images, and looking at moving into the b&w fine art nude.

    I have a bit of old stuff on http://www.photodan.com.au/gallery.php if
    anyone wants to look at that :)
     
    Dan, Mar 12, 2009
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    Noons Guest

    Dan wrote,on my timestamp of 12/03/2009 8:28 PM:

    G'day. Do you have a public studio/gallery in Byron Bay?
     
    Noons, Mar 12, 2009
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  3. Dan

    Dan Guest

    Unfortunately not, I live in Brunswick Heads, and use a private studio
    in the industrial state of Byron Bay.
     
    Dan, Mar 13, 2009
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