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Hello. My name is Hamish and I’m in the desperate last stages of finishing my PhD (hopefully). Photography is a bit of an escape for me, maybe I’ll somehow escape for good when I’m finished :) I’m slowly adding my favourite work here, but you can also find a whole load of more random stuff on flickr at :

http://www.flickr.com/photos/science
and my photography site
http://opticchiasm.com

hinnesbrown at gmail.com

  • Joined: February 2007

Journal

Limiting print numbers, and a request for advice.

So, we are having this exhibition next Friday, and our printing is being done through RB. We picked up the prints that are going to hang in the gallery yesterday afternoon, and they look FABULOUS! First time I’ve seen a large framed print from RB, and they’re good! Very good. The frames look great, the mat is cut perfectly, the polycarbonate (or whatever kind of plastic it is) on …
Posted over 8 years – 2 comments

EXHIBITION! - Kerala Gallery Northcote 26th October

I’m a member of a group of 12 Redbubblers called the Silverminers. So-called, because we are mad on film photography and the smell of silver halides in the morning. / Over the last few months we’ve been slowly putting together a show, and it’s coming up soon. / It’s being held at Kerala gallery, 283 High St Northcote. / http://www.keralagallery.com.au/web_pages/coming_soo…
Posted over 8 years – 3 comments

results of black t-shirt experiment

Well, my two black t-shirts arrived, and despite there being huge blocks of pure white on black, they look totally fine! / The <a href="http://www.redbubble.com/people/science/clothing/136364-1-whats-inside">What’s Inside</a> one worked out really well, as it doesn’t have such large areas of white, but even the <a href="http://www.redbubble.com/people/science/clothing/1…
Posted almost 9 years – 4 comments

experimenting with new black t-shirts

I love the new black t-shirt printing options. I’ve made a few t-shirts in the past using screenprints, and even using inkjet iron-on transfer things, but being a dark and tortured soul, I like my t-shirts black, and my prints, therefore, white. / This has always been a problem with t-shirts – I guess it’s hard to get ink with enough white goop in it to not let the black show t…
Posted almost 9 years – 4 comments
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