Tim Georgeson is a multi-award-winning photographer, filmmaker, curator and creative director whose visual approach is raw, intimate and real. Tim's experience shooting in war zones, punk squats, rock concerts, travelling circuses, and on streets around the world, has given him unique insight into the human condition. His reputation for creating emotionally stirring works is celebrated in the arts, in the media and in the commercial world. His imagery has been collected in private collections in Australia, Holland, Canada, Hong Kong, the United States, and in the permanent collection at The National Portrait Gallery of Australia.
Tim’s photo and film work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions to critical acclaim Internationally, has been featured in many publications from The New York Times Magazine to National Geographic and Rolling Stone, and has won several awards, including, Leica cameras, Cannes, NY Festival, PDN and two World Press Photo awards.
His film work is represented by World Wide Mind
The X100F to me is the ultimate small documentary camera, its retro design is beautiful and totally unobtrusive.This is so important in the field on documentary assignments to be as stealth as possible. It has a very user friendly tactility , the dynamic range and visual output is amazing, colour profiles such as classic chrome and the new improved depth and detail in the blacks are perfect for my style of raw, unsaturated images that retains a strong filmic cinematic feel that is so important for my asthetic. The new improved faster auto focus, larger image sensor file and low light/high ASA capabilities make this a very powerful new camera in my bag.