Large Format Film 1984-2008

I became very passionate about landscape photography in the early eighty’s when I purchased a Pentax 6x7cm camera. In 1987 I moved up to large format 4x5” for all of my work. During this time I solo walked into many Tasmanian wilderness locations including:

The Western Arthur Range, Walls of Jerusalem, Reynolds Falls, Southern Ranges, Du Cane Range, Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park, Lake Rhona, Federation Peak, South Coast Track, Ketchem Bay, Cape Hauy, Hartz Mountains, Mt Anne, Black Bluff, Cape Raoul, Frenchmans Cap, Ben Lomond, The Great Western Tiers, Freycinet Peninsula, Mt Olympus, Mt Murchison, Tyndall Range, Mt Bobs, Mt Gell, Traveller Range, Cathedral Mountain, Eldon Bluff, Mt Field National Park, Douglas Apsley National Park and Bishop & Clerk on Maria Island.

Most of my best images where made with my 4x5 Linhof Technica. This clever folding camera was made in 1957 by some very perfection orientated Germans who made cameras that would last a lifetime. I still have this camera today.

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