I'm Earle de Blonville, a photographer based in Australia.
I began working with film in 1974. In London I bought my first SLR camera - the revolutionary Olympus OM1 that was championed by portrait photographers Litchfield and Snowdon. I worked it hard on 15 expeditions, including Australia's first expedition to the Arctic. It survived Force 10 storms in the North Atlantic and 260kph winter hurricanes in East Greenland, unlike my first Nikon FM2 which is still lying at the bottom of Denmark Strait, perfectly preserved in pristine, sub-zero water.
Over 48 years, I've worked with stills and some movie format in Australia, UK, France, Nepal, Italy, Austria, Greece, Denmark and Greenland. My images have been used in magazines, newspapers and audio-visual productions.
My focus now is to make works of art shooting 'old skool', using traditional formats with a range of classic cameras and film types.
My professional work is Leadership Philosophy. You can visit my site here: DEBLONVILLE.COM
You can also learn about my expedition Leadership book 'Savage Coast' here: EARLEDEBLONVILLE.COM
You can follow my Leadership thoughts and discussions on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/earldeblonville/
And here is where you can view my Leadership videos
Watch the trailer for my documentary film 'Savage Coast'