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    Richard White - Australian B&W Photographer

    Here is a photographer that I recently came across. His work is quite good, traditional, he uses Tri-X 320 and prints on Kodak B&W paper. He is located in Mansfield, Victoria.

    http://www.richardwhite.com.au/
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    Nice stuff, thanks for the link!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reellis67 View Post
    Nice stuff, thanks for the link!

    - Randy
    I'm really jealous of his work .... I never seem to be in those locations he visits with the conditions he gets. I guess it is the difference between living in Mansfield and living in Hawaii.
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    There is certainly an advantage to being able to choose when you are going to shoot that the long distance traveler doesn't often have. I think you have him beat when it comes to the seaside though - yours is the stronger eye in that type of shot.

    - Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    Here is a photographer that I recently came across. His work is quite good, traditional, he uses Tri-X 320 and prints on Kodak B&W paper. He is located in Mansfield, Victoria.

    http://www.richardwhite.com.au/
    I understand he will be guest instructor with Bruce Barnbaum in Tasmania next year.
    He also writes for 'Silvershotz'
    Mark
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    and Barbados



 

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