Turning over a new leaf, the ASC decided that trying orientation in the city would be a nice approach to welcoming the new batch of ASC students.
So excited to see the new students!
At first it took some time for the students to learn how to get around.
There were rivers to cross.
And mountains to climb.
After some lunch and a walk around they were ready to go.
It is now getting down to the few days before students arrive for the semester. All the pieces are falling into place and we’re getting excited about the new group of students!
Say, who are those people? And what’s that stuff all over the floor?!
You’ll find out soon enough!
The weather is certainly changing here in the Southern Hemisphere. The battle between winter and summer is raging on (sometimes dipping back into winter for a few days).
During this part of the year, when heat begins to replace cold as the status quo, storms and cloud formations ripple across the skies above Sydney.
A trip into the outback of New South Wales:
by Ty Tuin
Shooting on film can be a cost-effective way to get fantastic photos if you know how to navigate the underworld of obscure and expired film stocks. In Australia, film is nothing close to cheap. Most of the time a roll of 35mm film can cost three times the price of the same roll in the US.
This has caused me to get creative.
I recently found a roll of film I had been saving in my camera bag. It was a leftover from a photography class I took my junior year of college. Its an old roll and its been through so many x-ray machines during various travels that I had no idea if it would turn out.
The following are some photos from an old, damaged roll of Ilford 400 B+W: