On Sunday I took part in a photowalk arranged by the talented Mr James Juranke, who kindly showed us his hidden photography spots around Melbourne, taking in some incredible views of the city from car park rooftops.
There were around 30 of us on the walk, we all met at the hub for film photography - Film Never Die, had some free coffees, picked up some film and headed out into the city. It was great to meet so many enthusiastic and talented photographers, and see the vast range of cameras in their arsenal. I opted for my Polaroid 240 (shooting Fujifilm FP100C and FP3000B pack flim), my Polaroid SLR 680 (shooting B&W Impossible Project SX70 film) and my Fuji X20 to document the day.
Here are some of my photographs from the day - I took the B&W Fujifilm FP3000B film with me on a whim, but it turned out to work really well for the day. I want to do more of these walks, but combine it with models and portraiture - if you would be interested, then please sign up on the 'Say Cheese' page of my website.