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Fremantle, near Perth in Western Australia where the Swan River and the Ocean meet, is a dream destination for a street photographer when it gets busy, eg on hot Sunday afternoons in summer when everyone is out and about at cafe and bars.

Fremantle was established back in 1829. It has a population of about 2.5 million and is a major fishing port with a rich history, especially the Fremantle Gaol.

It is great to photograph not only because of the colourful walls, side streets and heritage buildings, but mainly because of the unique individuals that live here.




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  1. November 2, 2011

    Hey these are awesome. Totally different feel from your digital work. Do you process the film yourself?

  2. November 2, 2011

    Thanks Charlene. I really like the colours from the film I used. It was Kodak Portra 400 and processed at my fav place Fitzgeralds. This is the first time I have ever used colour film before (mainly used bw or slide).It is nice to do but way too expensive for me. About $13 per roll for the film (Camera Electronic), and then $25 per roll to develop and scan. I better wait for my digital camera to come back, or set my own dark room up.Catch up soon!

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