Morgan hands down is one of the most able photographers I have had the pleasure to know. His professional work speaks for itself, honest, present, timeless and always inspiring. Few tell a story as crafted and real as he. Those who chose to commit their special moments with him are never disappointed.
WECC member and film photography enthusiast Nick Bedford has finally decided to jump into large format with an Intrepid 5x4 Mark III view camera.Read More
WECC Member Nick Bedford has posted his latest set of awesome images over at his Journal page at nickbedford.com. Always a treat, his latest film frenzy shows of some great Kodak Portra and Ektar 100 colour work along with the norm Tri-X variants and some Rolleiflex Ilford HP5+ action.. worth a look. ENJOY
Since I seem to be shooting both black and white and colour a lot now, I'm renaming these posts to simply Photo Vol. X. Seems more fitting and flexible. The Rolleiflex has been great, though I need to put it to more use with some Kodak Portra colour film and make some new portraits with it. The Leica M7 is still down in Melbourne at the servicing shop, though I have some recent 35mm Portra 160 photographs from a camping trip I went on with my mate Dash before I sent it away.
We managed to get the Pakon F135+ to scan raw TIFFs of colour film and the results are quite astounding, even despite the limited resolution of the scanner (6 megapixels). The latitude in colour film is amazing.
Fellow WECC member and photographer of almost 7 years has finally made the decision to build something out of his passion for portraits, and wrote about rediscovering his desire to shoot them.
I've always enjoyed creating portraits, but I had all but given it up both aspirationally and technologically. The business side of things has been a constant battle in my mind, and with other new avenues to explore and keep me busy, I became complacent and unmotivated to start. Lately, though, I've had the nagging feeling that I need to push through that sense of inertia and just do it.Read More
Morgan Roberts is one of Brisbane's most sort after Wedding Photographers. His knack for creating memorable images is based on consistency from start to finish. He delivers work which go far beyond his clients expectations by applying skills both on the day and in the editing process which guarantee success (balls crossed) . This work ethic and the balance of 'many' skills are essential if you wish to be involved in Photography as a Profession and not just a Hobby, Morgan's growing business is the proof in the pudding that perseverance and a bit of creativity is one way of achieving high consistent standards and mighty fine work.
Morgan often spends many hours creating a special moment. Shots may consist of some skillful Photoshop work with a single image, or using multiple images creatively, create something simply timeless as the image & video above & below attest.
A Professional Photographer is more than just his camera gear, He or she has the ability to not only capture moments, but has the foresight to visually understand the opportunities any moment can become. Morgan is one Photographer that people turn to for some of the most memorable moments in their lives and it is easy to see why he has become so successful. We thank him for allowing us to share some of his stuff for you to have a peek and and steel for yourselves ...that was a joke.
One of our members, Nick Bedford, has created a new group on Facebook dedicated to photography and fitness based hiking in South East Queensland and beyond. Check out his post on his blog.Read More
Cameron Bond has just returned back to Oz after a 6 month Hiatus in Scotland. He popped in today and we all caught up on his photography exploits. I just loved his landscapes and asked if I could post them on the WECC site. He agreed and here they are.
We will be chatting more with Cameron in depth in the upcoming weeks so keep your eyes open for his interview soon.