Of Naked Lunches, BKK Shopping Malls, and the Fuji X.

I am still enjoying the Fuji XE2 mirrorless camera immensely, and am considering some primes for it. The lenses I fancy are the 23mm, the 35mm, and the 56mm - a cracking portrait lens. I have had a great run so far with the 18-55mm kit lens, which is justifiably lauded by many.

I am planning to use the Fuji over Xmas and New Year on my 'Shopping Mall' project in Thailand. Ideally I hope that I can eventually exhibit the images at Siam Paragon store, or related, or the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre.

Left - Solitary Lunch in Melbourne. Right - The Escalator, Bangkok.

Series of Portraits, Bangkok.

As I have been in BKK for the past month, I have done some portraits at my partner Chitra's place, the warmly named Sunshine Court, a lavish mansion that resembles the White House.

The portraits are with available light, by and large (a couple have fill flash on the background).

Catalogue Photography, Menzies June Auction, 2015

I carried out a recent series of photography for the Menzies June catalogue.

Pictured is a spread from the catalogue of a Bronwyn Oliver sculpture, and the shot: