Black & White Vol. 105
I haven't touched my digital cameras in a while. TRI-X is bizarre and great and full of sand-like grain and I love it. My binder of negatives is growing, but I'm finding that some genres of photography I practice are better suited to high resolution colour raw files, so I've decided to pick up my Leica M again and use that for colour work where appropriate.
As for Japan, I think I've settled on a good gear compromise that is also very lean. I'll be taking my Leica M Typ 240 and M7 bodies and swap over the 35mm lens when I want to shoot TRI-X sometimes.
Enjoy some pictures though. It's a pretty wild variation in this blog.
Sage advice from this traffic cone.
St Patrick's Day.
Wheel of Fortune.
Hannah and Simon.
Rad fro bro.
I like the classic film-esque lighting in this.
Portrait of me by Simon on the M7 and 35mm.
Wandering around the Queensland Art Gallery.
Waiting for Noosa Chocolate Factory coffee.
Rallies in Brisbane CBD.
An impressive camera that doesn't seem to fit rolls of film. These are on Ilford Delta 400. Once again does not live up the the tone of Tri-X.
Both of us waiting for the Post Office to open.
Mirror, mirror on the ceiling.
Simon with his Ricoh GR.
Got a roll of Ilford HP5 I shot on Rocky's Hasselblad back. Simon at home.
Simon and Ocean having fun.
My roomie, Jordan.
It's tough being two.
One of my best friends Genevieve, her husband Justin and their few month year old Juno.
Simon at home.
Hannah at home.
That's a bit cute.
Alex while moving house.
Taj and Jeremy.
That's also a bit cute.
Hi from Simon and I.
Josie makes the best coffee.
Breaking the bank.
Riding shotgun, visiting the grandparents.
We sell Kodak, and I buy.
Big cameras for big photos.
How I feel when it comes to scanning film.
Hammock time after wedding celebrations.
Meg after wedding celebrations.
I need to shoot portraits in this light.
Missed it by that much.
Checking out the World Science Festival in Brisbane before it finished.
Local in West End.
Knives and probably fire breathing.
Brisbane: shining beacon of hope.
I started writing my novel again (in small bursts).
Spent a day one of my best friends and this little one.
The camera everyone is talking about lately.
Jeremy and Simon talking compacts.
Ocean and Simon.