STILLS FROM 16mm

16mm film frames by John Harding (1975)

16mm film frames by John Harding (1975)

First images of a live White Pointer shark were made by Ron Taylor in March 1966 on 16mm Kodachrome.

First images of a live White Pointer shark were made by Ron Taylor in March 1966 on 16mm Kodachrome.

Fishing films made at Cairns in mid 1970s.

Best to make prints from original film – not release prints (or work prints, as above).

 

Ben Cropp AM made over one hundred television documentaries during his fifty year career on The Great Barrier Reef. (1972 magazine)

Ben Cropp AM made over one hundred television documentaries during his fifty year career on The Great Barrier Reef. (1972 magazine).

This whale shark formed an episode of Ron and Valerie Taylor's InnerSpace - the flagship film of the series. (© Photo by John Harding)

This whale shark formed an episode of Ron and Valerie Taylor’s InnerSpace® – the flagship film of the series. (© Photo by John Harding).

December 1967 off Seal Rocks NSW

December 1967 off Seal Rocks NSW  35mm Tri-X still film frame, at f22 for maximum depth of field.

 

Filming aboard Avalon with Captain Peter Bristow (1975)

Filming aboard Avalon with Captain Peter Bristow (1975).  Camera is a Beaulieu with Angenieux 9.5 to 57 mm zoom.

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Black and white is probably better than faded Ektachrome 16mm.

Black and white is probably better than faded Ektachrome 16mm.

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