Wellington on 35mm

A few more photos shot through my Pentax ME film camera on Kodak ColorPlus 200. I've definitely learnt that 200 ISO film is not ideal for anything except bright sunny days or a wide open aperture. Blur is omnipresent... And here's a fun addition - combining end-of-roll burn marks and a moving subject... ©2020, The... Continue Reading →

Just another Wellington day…

©2020, The Alpine Wanderer. All Rights Reserved.

Great Southern Road Trip – pt. 2

Photos of a trip from Christchurch to Queenstown, New Zealand.

Great Southern Road Trip – pt. 1

Road tripping through the South Island of New Zealand.

Makara Sunset

Photos of a spectacular sunset at Makara Beach NZ.

A Happy Engagement!

Last weekend I had the honour of taking photos for my good friends (who have asked not to be tagged), to celebrate their engagement. I'm grateful to both of them for asking me to capture this special occasion (and agreeing that I post some of the photos here)! © 2020, John-David Chaker. All rights reserved.

Holdsworth Circuit, Tararua Ranges

Here is a collection of photos from the Jumbo Holdsworth circuit in the Tararua Ranges. With a group of work colleagues and friends, I hiked up to Powell hutt, which overlooks Masterton and the Wairarapa. It's a really cool place with amazing views and striking sunsets. Unfortunately I caught a chill so couldn't reach the... Continue Reading →

Melbourne (Part 3).

My Melbourne trip also took me to St Kilda beach (stopping by Luna Park), past laneway street art, and through Queen Victoria markets. All in all a very stereotypical set of activities for Melbourne. ©2020, The Alpine Wanderer. All Rights Reserved.

Melbourne (Part 2).

While in Melbourne, I also visited the amazing National Gallery of Victoria, the State Library of Victoria with its famous La Trobe reading room, and the Shrine of Remembrance. ©2020, The Alpine Wanderer. All Rights Reserved.

Melbourne (Part 1).

Over the New Year break, I visited Melbourne for five days. This was my first visit to the city about which I had heard so much praise; after all, Melbourne consistently ranks among the best cities in the world to visit and live in. By sheer luck, I avoided the smoke from the ongoing terrible... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: