There's something to be said about how a camera makes you behave. I didn't realise how constrained I felt on the street until I had the M7 back in my hands. The Nikon FA has a loud shutter, the lenses aren't great for maintaining zone focus and the mirror lag can impact your timing of street moments.
I feel like I'm back. And, Kodak Tri-X film makes me weep tears of joy. It's such a beautiful film.
Mirror, mirror on the walllllllllllllllllllllssssssss.
Kodak Tri-X makes me emotional.
I did not quite expect this result…
Finally stopped for this house.
Weeping tears of wonder at this film.
This sign again.
Hope I never get one of those.
Stuff on film.
I have a thing for trees lately.
Dumpsters and nice bikes.
We’re not in Kansas anymore, by a long shot…
Not entirely what it is about bins and dumpsters, but let’s run with it.
Please don’t chop down that beautiful tree.
Simon and I hangin’ out in a fancy CBD lounge.
August has to be one of the most beautiful months in Brisbane.
GET HERE DAWG
My brother’s Skyline
Bikes In Weird Places
More goddamn bins
“Blinky Bill” as I call him
Probably the coolest moving picture I’ve ever taken.
Heading to the Tide Wine Bar.
Manly Boat Harbour
People on their phones.
I should get back on my bike.
How many likes have you got?
That spooky mansion near my train station.
Abandoned shopping cart #1
Our space lobby.
I love trees in winter.
Tip, don’t underexpose negative film.
Am I the only person who just stands and waits without being glued to my phone?
No parking, mate.
Kinda like this.
Haha very funny.
I have been considering a 28mm lens but I think 35mm is still the creme of the crop for my vision.
I’m going to miss this August light.
Oi, car park is on the right side.
Been taking the M7 along my commute this week.
Fortitude Valley coming up in the world.
So much construction happening in Brisbane City.
An assortment of pigeons.
Is this Wes Anderson’s home or something?
Wait, where’s the kid? Oh.
M7 on an M7.
Dream come true.