As an Art Photographer, based in Australia, I have a formalist concern with composition and a fascination with naturally occurring light. The images in 'GENUS' appeared naturally, and were not photo-shopped in any way. Magical images are always watching us, but to see them, in that instant, we have to remain highly attuned. My principal focus is classic pictorialism that draws an entire narrative into a single frame to capture a magic described by Gerhard Richter the as universal truth.

I enjoy shooting 'old skool', using traditional formats with a range of classic 35mm and medium format cameras, from Hasselblad, Leica, Mamiya, Nikon, Olympus, Lumix and some Russian junk. But, hey, a pic is a pic, so ut necessitates postulant. I just use whatever magic box comes to hand.

I've worked with stills, movie and video format in Australia, UK, France, Nepal, Italy, Austria, Greece, Denmark and Greenland. My images have been used in magazines, newspapers and audio-visual productions. Currently shooting video for online education programs. My greatest pleasure is working with people to create insightful and memorable portraits that reveal their inner beauty.

Site images:
Image 1 shot during my role as press photographer in the crime documentary of a infamous double murder in Sydney, during the cold war spy era.
Image 2 taken while filming Australia's first Arctic expedition in 1986.

Check out my ongoing projects (1,2,3), as they are constantly evolving.
For a portrait commission, email me: earle (at) deblonville.net

My professional work in Advanced Leadership is here:

My expedition Leadership book 'Savage Coast' is here:

My Leadership thoughts on LinkedIn are here:

Here are my Leadership videos.

Here is the trailer for my documentary film:
'Savage Coast' 

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