David Adams, South Island coordinator for the Photographic Collectors Association of New Zealand, with his collection of historic cameras. He is holding a Graflex Tele from the 1920s.
The studio of Doc Ross, photographer.
Winners of the Ilford Shield inter-secondary schools photographic competition. Pictured are, from left, Lyndon Hadden, Sonja Bawden, Sarah Fountain, Lyn Hornblow, and Stephan Roberts.
Chemis Color film on display in a chemists.
Joan Swanson, president of the Christchurch Photographic Society surrounded by prints to be included in the Society's exhibition and print sale at the Photographic Society Hall at 22 St Asaph Street.
Unidentified man in high vis jacket taking photos of Kenton Buildings in the intersection of Hereford and Liverpool Streets. Damaged buildings in view behind him are Joes Garage cafe at 194 Hereford...
Antigua Boat Shed. Took this photo before heading home. Practicing photography.
People photographing and filming the earthquake damaged building at 467 Colombo Street on the corner with Sandyford Street.
Views of children on the banks of the Avon River part of a photography advertisement.
The South Island headquarters of Agfa Gevaert at 297 Cashel Street which supplies and sells photographic equipment.
Mr W. Brynly Keith showing New Zealand Professional Photographers' Association school of photography students how to pose a bride for formal photographs at Heatherlea.
Local photographer Hugh Perry (right) setting up a subject to be photographed as part of a lesson in Hagley Park during the 31st national convention of the Photographic Society of New Zealand.
A woman taking a photograph outside the entrance to the container shops on Re:Start Mall.
Table display of entries into the flower photography competition at the Halswell Garden Club awards day held at St. Mary's Anglican Church, 329 Halswell Road.