PhotoDownUnder

Photography by Richard Edwards

Welcome to PhotoDownUnder.


Slideshows - This section gives you an option to look at slideshows of medium sized images, organised in to different catagories. The photos will change every 5 seconds. you have the option to move forward or backward through the slide show.


Photos and Blog section, there is a collection of my work with some commentary associated with the photos. There is also some information about black and white development, digital conversions to black and white, and photography in general. As the site grows more information will be available to help those interested  photography. 


Albums - This section has bodies of work that cover various albums. the photos are smaller in size but give a comprehensive outline of my work within various albums.


If you are interested in buying any of the photos you see, or procuring my services, please contact me via the Contact Section 

Recent Blogs

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Developing black and white negatives in your home is not so difficult, in fact an hour of your time and you will have a base to work from that can render images far superior to digital black and white conversions. Not that black and white conversions don't have their place, many of my images are conversions. I will, as the site develops (no pun intended) try to demonstrate differences to help you make a choice,  an informed choice as to the strengths and weakneses of the two mediums.

Below are some sample images of my work. Please visit the slideshow and photos and blog section to see more. The photos will change periodically to ensure diversity of my work is shown. Study the images and try to determine which are digital conversions and which are from B&W negatives.

The images below are a mixture of 35mm digital, 35mm film, and medium format film. The various films below are Kodax Trix 400, Kodak Tmax100, Ilford delta pro 3200, and Ilford FP4. One of the images is from a D700 digital file. Can you pick the differences?

Some Useful Links

For black and white developing charts www.digitaltruth.com

For Camera reviews www.stevehuffphoto.com