Latitude – a journal of analogue photography by the Melbourne Silver Mine Inc.

The Melbourne Silver Mine Inc. is proud to present the inaugural issue of Latitude – a journal of analogue photography. This publication showcases some of the best analogue photography from Melbourne, Australia and around the world.

Camera Review – Hasselblad Xpan

Damian Young takes a wide view of his XPan

Anatomy of a Camera Bag

For some photographers, the camera bag is a vital piece of equipment. Not only is it a space for protecting valuable gear from the elements, but it’s a space of concealment for other bits and pieces too. For others, camera bags are unnecessary barriers preventing the photographer from having the camera ready to capture the decisive moment.

Vale, Big Yellow

While Kodak has been in its death throes for many years, the announcement of their intention to sell off their iconic consumer film division marks the end of an era.

Andreas Gursky's Rhein II

Christie’s Sells a Great, Big Gursky

A post-Unsensored11 lament As the UK’s Guardian newspaper reported in November 2011, “a sludgy image of the grey Rhine under grey skies” sold at auction in New York for $4,338,500 (including buyer’s premium). This sale of Andreas Gursky’s Rhein II makes it the world’s most expensive photograph, surpassing the previous record holder, Cindy Sherman’s self-portrait Untitled…

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