When out walking with my camera, back in the days of my DLSR, there were occasions when an object was sufficiently striking that it demanded more than just a single snap of the shutter.
Abandoning the viewfinder, I would sweep my extended arm across and around while randomly clicking away. And I was most happy when the results captured something of the essence of my experience.
The project stalled when I moved to the smartphone camera.
The Project’s Rules:
Confront the view; abandon the viewfinder; take the photos; find the view.
Orange and Yellow Circles
Black Mountain Peninsula – The exuberance of a colouful playground
Acton Peninsula – The willingness to see the world through a different viewpoint
Chopping up aeroplanes – Trying to find interesting photographs in an unphotogrpahic setting