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The images below are a few from my shoot in the North West this week with the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS). It was a great experience and amazing to get to spend some time with the crew based in Derby.

All shot with the Canon 5D MkIII, Nikon 14-24mm, 70-200mm and the Olympus OMD EM5 and Olympus 12mm, Olympus 75mm and Lumix 7-14mm.

I was back in Tanzania this week shooting some more shots for Global Health Alliance WA (GHAWA). Most of the week was spent in Dar es Salaam with an amazing trip to the villages of Masaki and Massanganya where the welcome put on by the villages for the hand over of their ambulances was amazing. All shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and the Olympus OMD EM-5.

Last week I was back in the UK and wanted to re shoot the old Brighton pier with the Hasselblad H4D-50 as I had previously shot it with the Olympus OMD back in June. The weather was shocking but after four days I finally managed to get a few frames and now look forward to making a couple of very large prints from it. Shot with the Hasselblad H4D-50 and the 50mm lens.

For the past week I have been working in Tanzania in a remote village called Masanganya for Global Health Alliance WA (GHAWA). With the help of Riders for Health and Australian Aid GHAWA delivered two new Landcruiser ambulances to Masanganya and neighbouring village Masaki. I was there to document the training of the local nurses in the correct use of the ambulances and associated equipment and spent the week living in the village.

I took my Hasselblad H4D-50 and the Olympus OMD EM5 with 12mm, 45mm, 75mm and Lumix 20mm lenses and all the shots below are from the OMD.

Got the chance to shoot some images of the new FMG Christmas Creek airstrip this week as they began their third week of operation. FMG now operate the largest plane of any minesite in Australia with the Qantas 737-800 flying direct to the site from Perth. All shot with a mix of Canon 5D MKIII and Hasselblad H4D-50.

  • September 3, 2012 - 10:01 pm

    mervfrench - Nice little trip out there Mark. Good looking strip too.

This morning I got to shoot some portraits of Grange Resources new CEO and Managing Director Richard Mehan for LastSay Communications. It was a pretty quick shoot that was all over within an hour and comprised some shots against a whte background plus a few shots on St Georges Terrace. All shot with the Hasselblad HD4-50 and 100mm lens with the Profoto 600B Strobe.

Just back from a three day trip to the East Pilbarra a couple of hours East of Newman in WA. Shot at three sites over the course of the shoot with dawn and dusk being the main focus for images. All shot with either the Hasselblad H4D-50 and 100mm and 28mm lenses or the Canon 5D MKIII and 70-200mm, 24mm TS or 24mm 1.4.

I have just spent the last five weeks in the UK working on some personal projects and going to a few meetings for future work and thought I should at least get something up on the site. This is a shot of the old pier in Brighton that burnt down a few years ago. Shot on the Olympus OMD EM5.

  • June 18, 2012 - 2:41 am

    Charlene - I must say that looks more like a pencil sketch, or charcoal drawing, than a photograph. Nice little camera you took it on too.

    I finally got my x-pro 1. Loving it!

  • June 18, 2012 - 3:51 pm

    admin - It does doesn’t it, it’s a photo I have had in my head for ages so was good to finally make it. The OMD did a pretty good job on the trip too – glad you are liking the X-Pro1.

Got to spend a day at an exploration camp in the East Pilbara region of Western Australia this week, it was a two hour plane flight to Telfer and a two hour drive east off road to the camp. We were there to shoot some portraits for the companies newsletters and website and it was a very busy day but good fun and a great location.

All shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and 70-200mm 2.8 and 24mm 1.4

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