The street photography talent in Melbourne never stops surprising me. Phillip Wilkinson is the latest shooter I have come across. I was struck by his clever use of light, stark graphic style and the elusive ‘eye for the ordinary’. Of his work, Phillip says “I don’t usually go out looking to make collections of any […]
James Jardine is quite new to photography but is quickly developing a style and has a strong eye for composition. He the the following to say about his work: My main photographic passion is street photography and, being based in North Melbourne, I like to get around by bicycle as I find […]
Andrew Wilson has been photographing Melbourne for 10 years and still loves finding new locations every day and in every possible light. Highlights of Andrews career as an photographic artist have been: – Exhibited in Russian National Library in the “2012 “Melbourne – My Beautiful City” exhibition – Invited to exhibit at Head on photography festival […]
Back in the 50’s Fred Mitchell was hitting the streets of Melbourne armed with a variety of 35mm cameras loaded with his favourite film, Kodachrome. See more of Fred’s incredible work at his Red Bubble account Failing Memory. Many thanks to Fred for allowing me to feature his work on Melbourne Street.
See more of Ben’s work at photolangley.com.au
View more from Xhanatos on his flickr photostream
E-Mag Edition Four is out! This week, Mugley. (For best results, right click and save to your desktop) See more of Mugley’s work at flickr.com/mugley/
See more of Daniel’s work on his flickr photostream
Check out more of Tim Matthews’ work at his flickr photostream
Lisa is a freelance photographer from Melbourne. See more of her work at littlebrownsuitcase.com
Location: Centre Place – Melbourne May 2011 Camera: Canon AE1 Program Film: Ilford HP5+ Natural Light © danielklaas You can see more of Daniel’s work, including some beautiful portraits of some very fine looking ladies, at his flickr stream.
Toan Nguyen is another active photographer on Melbourne’s Streets. See more of Toan’s work from Melbourne’s Streets at his flickr and his black and white street photography blog Street Black
I have been following the work of “Elox” on flickr for a few years now. I love his distinctive style and mysterious nature. I recommend stopping by to check out his photostream.
E-Mag Edition Three is out! This week, Liam White. (For best results, right click and save to your desktop) See more of Liam’s work at liamwhite.com.au & flickr.com/liamliam/
Videographer and photographer Justin Batchelor features today’s image on Melbourne Street. The use of reflections, angles and unusual composition make for an interesting shot. See more of Justin’s work at his website I Am Generally Pleased and at his blog
I met Ray on a photowalk organised by Dave from Melbourne by Foot, and was stoked to have a look at his Hassleblad. We stopped briefly at the entrance to The Croft Institute where this super detailed night shot was taken of the street art/signage. Ray has some awesome work up on his website A […]
Mr. Analog produces some of the most beautiful night photography I have seen, all on film, with a range of cameras. Looking through his work was one of the early reasons for my interest in film; I was taken by the richness of colour and atmospheric beauty of the images. His work with the Natura […]
This week, the first Feature Friday e-mag interview, where I ask local street photographers about their thoughts on street photography. First up, Ross Holmberg. (For best results, save to your desktop) See more of Ross’s work at holmbergphotography.com.au & flickr.com/photos/rosscova/
Barbara Fischer shoots beautiful film photographs on the streets of Melbourne. With a sharp eye for architecture and excellent timing, she produces thoughtful, strong photographs that stay with you long after viewing. Her photostream on flickr is a constant source of inspiration. See Barbara’s work as _barb_ on flickr, and you can follow her on […]
I first noticed Richard’s work during a world trip he did in 2009, from which he gathered a rather awesome set of photographs, mostly on his Leica M4. Back in Melbourne for the foreseeable future, I’m looking forward to seeing more of his excellent Melbourne street images. See Richards work as purple camel on flickr […]
From the artist: Christmas is just around the corner, and it is supposed to be a time for giving – so that all can receive. However, by contrast some people have additional burdens of: – not being seen as part of mainstream society; – suffering problems in relation to their mental and physical health, often […]
Deshia presents a different angle on street, more abstract than most Melbourne stuff being shown, with a definite mysterious quality. Her photostream is well worth a look, this shot is one of my favorites.
Under the guise of fractal*, Melbourne photographer Carl Bertam is another excellent street photographer posting regular work on his photostream. Carl has almost a travelers eyes for Melbourne, able to find interesting moments in settings that most overlook. His Suburban Life set is a good example. A recent trip has yielded some great photographs of […]
Gav Owen is a popular photographer in the Melbourne flickr community. He presents a photostream filled with quality shots from Melbourne and beyond, in particular a recent trip to some remote areas of Australia has garnered some stunning landscapes.
Karen Riley shoots a variety of film cameras (including a Hasselblad 500cm that this shot was taken on) and has some of the most striking street photography work coming out of Melbourne You can see more of her work on her flickr photostream, its well worth a look through!
Oaklands Junction Photograph by Misho Baranovic Taken on iPhone I came across Misho’s work around a year ago yet I am still frequently amazed at some of images he is able to produce using nothing more than his trusty iPhone. Misho is now perhaps Australia’s best known iPhoneographer and is very active in the growing […]
and the band played Photograph by Dave Carswell. Taken on a Pentacon Six with Ilford 3200. Dave is the first photographer to be asked to show his work on Melbourne Street’s Feature Friday. See Dave’s most excellent Flickr photostream here and go on Melbourne’s best walking tour here. Dave is somewhat responsible for my new […]