Spring is warming up the city and we’re getting a preview of the horrible scorching Brisbane weather to come at the end of the year. I've finished my third NIDA acting course and have decided that I'll have a break from my exploration of acting for a while. Film is making me busy.
That being said, my experience learning acting has been absolutely worth the time and money. In six months it's done a lot of good for me and I've met some great new people as well. I am going to miss the outlet for expressiveness.
Here’s another huge post.
Old structure along Cunningham Highway. Kodak Portra 400 on Rolleiflex.
Playing with square compositions.
This film is beautiful even on mundane subjects.
My beautiful city.
Mountain ranges south west of Brisbane.
Just before the sun disappeared from the city.
Spring has sprung.
I walk past this every day.
Commute almost over.
Bowen Hills landscape.
Tom, Jess and Zoe.
I need to shoot portraits right here.
Old buildings in Newstead.
This shot reminds me that bokeh is irrelevant on its own.
Bumped into Oliver.
Tri-X doesn’t enjoy having no shadow detail.
Tri-X makes bokeh look good though.
Houses Of West End should be a book.
Trees of West End?
Miscellaneous beautiful old stuff photo.
How do you get out of there, mate?
Going to miss this place a bit.
Fun with film!
Night time glow.
Don’t do this at home kids.
This film continues to delight.
A message from Ocean.
Doing my best minimalism.
Lines, texture and light.
Still life, complete with oranges.
Jeremy has a Bessa now.
Tripping my eyes out.
Rusted old cars on film is somethin’ else.
Proud “uncle” moment. Known this one since she was 1 week old!
Aaaand more of this scene.
Kodak film got it.
You hiding in there?
2001: A Space Odyssey
Bark series continues.
Forgan Cove, Lake Samsonvale.
Evan got it easy
Untitled Valley scenes.
Brisbane from up high
Work parties vol. 2
After party commute
Still haven’t figured out where I’m putting these.
Finish this thing please.
Wes Anderson styles
Things arranged neatly
Can’t go that way
Bikes arranged neatly
So much media, so little time.
People looking at their phones….
Wait… no one’s looking at their phones!
Some great timing on my part doh
My New York
Yeah I know
Please get ready to disembark
Bikes and dumpsters
Humans On Phones (Vol. 32)
About as good a time as any. Signing off for the next post.