Liam White is a photographer who likes to do things the old fashioned way.
He shoots mostly on a Hasselblad, one of those big ol' cameras with a viewfinder at the top, and prints his own negatives. We particularly like these shots from a visit to the football with his Dad, where they "wore Bombers scarves and shivered in plastic seats at Etihad Stadium".
Along with fellow artist Ada Conroy, White recently exhibited Women in Punk and Hardcore - a project exploring the thoughts of female musicians with accompanying photographs. It showed at Melbourne pub, the Gasometer, last March, but can still be viewed online. We particularly like his photos from Mexico too.