Black & White Vol. 110
Bit of hiking, street photography, urban landscapes, portraits, coffee and art. It's been a good few weeks.
On a technical note, I've finally attained an accurate simulation of the Kodak black and white film I shoot, so I've been using the digital Leica M a little bit more lately, even if I don't get the same sense of enjoyment and "effort" that I do with film.
Mount Glorious with Dash & Hannah.
I get so much out of this bridge.
What a weapon.
Portrait of Simon on HP5.
West End House Shot #2.
Pipes and kegs.
I've been avoiding close up street photographs for a little while lately, but I'm trying to push myself back into it.
Tyler's Hanimex 8mm motion picture film camera.
Tyler Alberti teaching a portrait lighting workshop.
Main model and acting talent Robin Anthony Darch.
High key headshot lighting.
Getting our papparazzi on.
Put your shoes on, Ocean.
This unit block is being constructed down the road. Not looking forward to the traffic later on this year.
Along the Bicentennial Bikeway.
When you just managed to line them all up without thinking.
Fog makes everything right.
West End, my favourite country town stuck in the middle of a city.
I love this frame.
Big garage sale in Paddington.
Substations look interesting in good light.
Ramen and steam buns with Genevieve.