Photo-mentary of one the greatest festivals in Australia.
Posts Tagged 'Matthew Kovacs'
Tags: Australia, Culture, Falls Festival, Information, Live, Lorne, Matthew Kovacs, Music, Photography, Summer
Tags: 2011, Annual, Australia, Capture Magazine, Chris Polack, Matthew Kovacs, Professional Photography, Sally Brownbill
Australia – If your walking pasting the newsagents, pick up a copy of the latest Capture Magazine, Australia’s leading Professional Photography Magazine.
It’s the banger for the year, the best of everything, and you can check out some of my work in there, along with good friends Chris Polack, and Sally Brownbill.
Yeeeeew!! Check it out!
Tags: Adventure, Australia, Blue Tree Studios, Information, Matthew Kovacs, Melbourne, Photography, Travel, Workshop
Tags: Adventure, Backpacker, Backpacking, EBC, Hasselblad, India, Journey, Matthew Kovacs, Nepal, Pakistan, Peshawar, Photography, Review, Tibet
A year on the road and counting.
Continue reading ’365′
Tags: Adventure, Greece, Journey, Matthew Kovacs, Photography, Travel
I’m living in a Postcard.
Continue reading ‘Work vs Play’
Tags: Amy Jennings, Backpacker, Bookbinding, Camden, Copenhagen, Departure, England, København, London, Matthew Kovacs, Transit, Travel
Wrapped up London, and did a ‘good pack takes at least an hour’ of the bags.
Continue reading ‘LON – CPH’
Tags: 120, Expired Film, Film, Hasselblad, Kodak, Matthew Kovacs, Medium Format, Old City, Pakistan, Photography, Portrait, ProImage, Travel
Tags: 120, Expired Film, Hasselblad, Kodak, Matthew Kovacs, Medium Fo, Pakistan, Photography, ProImage, Travel
Test Roll of 120 Kodak ProImage 100, Expired 2003.
Shot in 1hr around Lahore, Pakistan.
Developed and scanned (to .bmp!) by Pakistani Lab.
Color corrected/Grey Balanced by Me.
Tags: Adventure, Backpacker, Backpacking, blogsherpa, Canon G9, Carhartt, Journey, Kali Gandaki, Matthew Kovacs, Nepal, Pokhara, Rafting, Travel, Whitewater
“The Kali Gandaki River runs through the deepest valley in the world, between the towering Himalayan giants of Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Annapurna (8092m)..This is one of Nepal’s best wild whitewater rivers.”
And so it was.
Tags: Adventure, Backpacker, Backpacking, blogsherpa, Canon G9, China, Hasselblad, Journey, Land Cruiser, Lhasa, Matthew Kovacs, Nepal, Tibet, Tour, Travel
In the travel world, to get where you want to go, sometimes tours are the only option.
There are places that simply don’t allow solo travel, Saudi Arabia is one of those places, Bhutan is one of those places, Tibet is one of those places.