A behind the camera photo of a small photo session at Kings Head on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, which shows how my photography incorporates poodlewalks. The standard poodles are my companions. We walk together to a location and they stay with me when I take time out from the walk to photograph. Then we walk back to the car. On this occasion it was Maleko who was my companion.
It's dead simple medium format photography using a "workhorse" Rolleiflex SL66 film camera:--a simple and stripped back film camera from the 1970s. There are no technological features to set up or any AI. It's just composition, light and exposure all done 'in camera'. This allows me to reconnect to the process of slowly making a photo, as well as also requiring me to decide upon the outcome before the shutter button is pressed.