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Melbourne Street Photography Book – Obscura Noir

Written by Dave Bruce

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Acclaimed Melbourne Rock Music Photographer John Raptis, has briefly stepped outside the hallowed photo-pits of the Australian Music scene and hit the Melbourne alleys and streets for his new book Obscura Noir.

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Obscura Noir

OBSCURA NOIR – Photography by JOHN RAPTIS

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Obscura Noir is John’s second street photography book with 2014’s Fade To Black quickly selling out and forced into a second print.

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Obscura Noir continues on from where the acclaimed Fade To Black left off with a stunning collection of hand-picked photographs by John Raptis.
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Obscura Noir

OBSCURA NOIR – Photography by JOHN RAPTIS

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The books are once again printed on high-end flush-mount books by a boutique binder.
Each print is hand mounted on thick inner board with real silver halide photo paper ensuring the highest possible quality. In short, they look amazing breathing a whole new lease of life into each and every photo contained within.
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OBSCURA NOIR

OBSCURA NOIR – Photography by JOHN RAPTIS

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This is a strictly limited edition release of only 100 exclusive copies.
“I wanted people to see the Melbourne I see, or more so, the absolute beauty in darkness and gritty underbelly of this incredible city. I personally chose 20 of my photos that show small slices of life in and around Melbourne and somehow tell a story of the city and its inhabitants…”
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OBSCURA NOIR

OBSCURA NOIR – Photography by JOHN RAPTIS

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OBSCURA NOIR

OBSCURA NOIR – Photography by JOHN RAPTIS

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More information:
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Purchase link:
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OBSCURA NOIR

OBSCURA NOIR – Photography by JOHN RAPTIS

Dave Bruce

June 17th, 2016

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