Australian portrait, landscape and street photographer.


I began this photo blog in the Summer of 2014 when I bought a Fujifilm X100s. It has turned into a lifeline of black and white photographic expression and writing. Browse through for a while if you care to.

Embracing Landscape Photography

Millions can all experience fear of missing out in unison, and that can't be a good thing. Watching other people do what you're not can be a source of anxiety amongst people, and I'm no stranger to its effects, but knowing that this is a thing, can I justify my own insatiable need for wanderlust?

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Travel, EssayNick Bedford
Colour Vol. 2

Landscapes and nature, hiking and coastlines. Here's a variety of new photographs from both the Leica and Nikon with 35mm lenses. I bought the Sigma 35mm F1.4 ART in lieu of my brief New Zealand road trip in October, but after hiking Mount Maroon with my Nikon D810 on me, I came to the conclusion that I simply don't want to carry that size of a camera on me.

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ColourNick Bedford
Black & White Vol. 112

Continuing my "urban exploration" phase, I've picked up the Kodak film again. I can't get enough. Also, my brother bought a house and has begun to renovate it. Not much else to report, except that I've booked flights and a car in late October for a long weekend driving from Christchurch to Queenstown via Mount Cook and hopefully Ray's Peak. For this short solo trip, I'm going to take the Nikon D810 and the Sigma 35mm F1.4 ART lens I've ordered. New Zealand is worth the gear.

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Nick Bedford
Colour Vol. 1

I've been craving colour photography for a little while now, having shot over fifty rolls of black and white film. When you shoot film, you are binding yourself to a creative choice. With digital, you start with all colours and go from there. So I've put down the film cameras with intention to shoot with more colour.

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ColourNick Bedford