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Exposure: Anthony Roach

A marine biologist with a love for photography, Anthony Roach takes us through his portfolio on Exposure.

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Anthony Roach

Jimmy's Beach

In Port Stephens, 2008.

Exposure: Hasselblad H3D, HCD 4/28mm lens, f/16, 10 seconds, ISO 50.

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Anthony Roach

Jazz trumpeter

This was at Fritzel's Bar on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, 2009, a great traditional jazz bar.

Exposure: Canon G10, f/3.5, 1/4, ISO 800.

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Anthony Roach

Sunrise at Wylies Pool

This shot was taken in 2000.

Exposure: Linhof Master Technika 4x5, Schneider Symmar 90mm XL on Fuji Velvia in Sinar Panorama Roll film holder, f/22, six minutes.

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Anthony Roach

Sunrise at Bronte Pool

From the same year as the previous shot, this was at the absolute crack of dawn and the exposure was so long that many people actually walked right in front of the camera and were doing laps during the shot. They didn't appear in the final image because they didn't stop for long enough.

Exposure: Linhof Master Technika 4x5, Schneider Symmar 90mm XL on Fuji Velvia in Sinar Panorama Roll film holder, f/22, 12 minutes.

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Anthony Roach

Valentine's Day in Beijing

In 2009, young couples light lanterns in balloons to send messages of their love.

Exposure: Canon G10, f/2.8, 1/15, ISO 800.

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Anthony Roach

Shark Point

This is Shark Point in Clovelly, from 2010.

Exposure: Hasselblad H3D; HCD 4/28mm lens, f/11, one minute, ISO 200.

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Anthony Roach

Bondi Icebergs

Taken in 1998.

Exposure: Nikon F70, 24mm, f/22, 2 minutes, Fuji Velvia film.

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Anthony Roach

Gav and the boys from Beijing

My friend Gavin and I were walking through Beijing and met some locals. They were minding cars and acting as bouncers for a flashy restaurant. While they couldn't speak English they had no problems getting in on the act. Photography has that way of breaking down language barriers.

Exposure: Nikon D2X, 24-70mm, f/4.5, 1/60, ISO 400.

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Anthony Roach

Tokyo Fish Market

As a marine biologist this place is endlessly fascinating, but you take your life in your hands when you go for a wander as these guys whizz around at speed with complete disregard for tourists. Taken in 2007.

Exposure: Canon G10, f/7.1, 1/60, ISO 400.

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