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She Takes Pictures He Makes Films featured in Hello May Magazine

The sweet new issue of Hello May Magazine is out now, packed with a tonne of inspiring content for the non-bridal bride (and non groom-y groom!), including a double page feature on She Takes Pictures He Makes Films (aka Alastair Innes and myself).

You should totally grab a copy and frame this part of it.

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admin - Hi Oscar, thanks! I do own a tilt shift, but almost never use it, and haven’t yet experimented with the Brenizer Method, but I do shoot a lot of my work wide open at 1.4.

Oscar - Hey, nice work! very inspiring. Especially like the The Bon Scotts black and white portraits! Just wondering, with some of your photos I can’t tell if you used a Tilt-shift lens, the “Brenizer Method” or just a super wide lens to get the super shallow depth of field? Love to know!

Bianka - SO COOL!! CONGRATS!!

DIXON’S RECYCLED

I photographed my old home – vintage vinyl store Dixon’s Recycled - for Broadsheet last week. Located on Brunswick St Fitzroy, it’s your classic treasure trove of limited edition pressings, $1 bargains, collectors items and current day releases. Coated in posters and music paraphanalia, you could get lost in there for hours. Many do.

I worked at Dixon’s for the first 3.5 years of my new life in Melbourne, before leaving to focus on Photography full time. I miss it a lot. The regulars – the odd, eccentric assortment that they are – come in each week (some each day) to rifle through the shelves and entertain the staff with endless discussions about music, film, and their personal collections. The staff have a collective knowledge that easily dominates at trivia nights, and if they can’t help you with what you’re looking for, they know who you need to see or where you need to go to find it.

They’ve recently opened a new second floor – open on weekends – crammed full of super cheap bargains.

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Two Bright Lakes // Frankie Magazine

Highlights from my shoot at Schoolhouse Studios with Hazel, Tig and Blake, the passionate minds behind the Melbourne indie music label Two Bright Lakes .

For a read of the brilliant interview by my dear friend Shelley Blake, detailing Two Bright Lakes’ rise as well as their place within the amazing artist collective at Schoolhouse, grab the latest issue of Frankie Magazine.

 

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