Dusty Dingo Photography- Sheldon Levis
Dusty Dingo Photography

featuring the work of photographer Sheldon Levis

 

Welcome

If the number of megapixels a camera has is the answer, you're asking the wrong question


Everyone is a photographer . . .

 

I remember walking down a London street in 1979, amazed at the occasional glimpse of the newest plaything for the very rich . . . a mobile phone. About the size of a house-brick cut in half lengthways, they were carried by a few very well dressed young things who made sure they were talking very loudly, just in case any of us missed noticing their new, and very very expensive, toy.

Fast forward just a few years and we all have mobile phones that fit into a shirt pocket. Sure, some still talk very loudly when using them, but nowdays that's more a case of the "they're a long way away so I have to speak loudly" syndrome. After all, why draw attention to the fact you have what pretty everyone else around you also has?

And attached to every one of the new breed of phones is . . . a camera! We have moved very quickly from strange Uncle Ernie who used the laundry as a darkroom to make glossy 10 x 8 prints, to everyone being a photographer. . . .

So, to stay ahead of the pack, we of course use only the latest photographic gear. Relax, you're in good hands . . .

 

About Sheldon

Born and raised in the red dust at the edge of the Nullabor Plain. Plays a lot in Open G. Shoots Nikon and Box Brownie. Loves Cricket . . . roll on the Ashes.

Getty photographer. Alamy photographer. No filter photographer. Strobist fan.

Mostly harmless.

 

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