August is cold, well for a Queenslander anyway. I have my Leica M7 back now (about half way through this post) and it's working beautifully. You don't realise the effect a camera has on your shooting style until you are forced to use another, in this case a loud Nikon SLR. In the mean time, I've received my first large format lens, the Nikon 135mm f/5.6 in mint working condition. Still some weeks left before I can expect the Intrepid 4x5.
I've begun to work on a potential eBook project all about the topics I think about on a daily basis, from what all this photography means in the grand scheme of life to how I compose my photographs. I'll have more on that as the project progresses.
Mount Greville on 28mm TRI-X.
TRI-X is interesting to shoot landscape style photographs with.
That old building I finally stopped to photograph.
Atmospheric mornings in West End.
Bins and light.
Can I have the Hummer?
New cafe hangs.
Lines and light.
It’s a hard life, Rocky.
Jeremy got a Bessa R4a rangefinder. Ooh.
Taku at Blackstar.
WECC meet up at GOMA.
Simon giving the Leo DiCaprio stare.
I’m sad at how expensive this show is.
Lines and light again.
What is life…
Hannah in the sun room.
Ocean in the sun room.
Gunsmith? This ain’t Amurica.
Friends on grass.
That West End piano.
Ocean rippin’ it up on the piano.
Ghost gums are my new favourite thing.
Don’t feel small.
Keeping up the Jones’.
Wherever this was.
Our city is surprisingly quiet a lot of the time.
That alley way.
Folks standing in places.
Happy film accidents.
Kinda diggin’ these motion blurs.
Going to miss these lightning trees in summer.
Can I have a Diet?
Got this bloody camera back.
Civilisation is kinda big.
You get many likes on the gram?
Own with mmunist China.
I do what I want.
So, I think the shutter still tapers…
These trees though.
When the statue dude has to pack up.
Rule of Three (plus two)?