An interesting month! I had my opinion piece The Only Rule In Street Photography article republished to PetaPixel, resulting in some new traffic and Instagram followers along with a number of nasty words from folks around the globe down in the comments section. It was interesting to see everyone getting riled up over my thoughts on the topic. At first it made me doubt what I had written, but then I just ignored them. Problem solved.
I also released my very first Android app called Frameable, which I made for my own uses but decided to turn it into a real app. The iOS version is coming along well and hopefully won’t take much longer to finally be released. It’s only $1.19 on the Play Store and will be $1.49 (Tier 1) on the iOS App Store.
Anyway, enough talk, here’s some recent pictures I made.
Ocean hangin’ out
Back of Highgate Hill / Dutton Park
Houses with character
Sand on Tri-X
Spent a lot of time here as a kid
Currumbin Rock again
I love making these with Tri-X
One day I’ll learn (in theory)
What a spot
This looks good in print
About 2 stops too dense, but the texture is nice
Perfect morning for it
Waiting for a train
Haven’t shot much live action street lately. Bit rusty
Phones, phones everywhere.
Nice to shoot a bit on these city streets again
Was here the other night
Which way you goin’ mate
Love how this turned out
I didn’t even realise this was sideways until now. Gonna leave it like this.
Those night lights on Tri-X
Life is messy.
That’s a lot of film, Racquet Film.
You can try anything on Tri-X.
Probably one of the most difficult things is to make forests look good on Tri-X.
Once again I haven’t even realised this is flipped 90º.
Ocean came to coffee.
83, Jeremy’s place.
Light and clouds.
Untitled Logan house.