Highlights of Brisbane City in 2014

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Its time to sort a few photos and archive some of my 2014 collection of random photos taken on the streets.  During this process, I managed to select just 15 photos from the many random days I have had on the streets of Brisbane taking photos.  I often get asked what I see or how I find something interesting in such a small country city, however, with a little patience you will always find something to photograph.  Whether you like what you photograph is a whole different question.  Many times I will arrive back home to look at photos and not like a single photo that I have taken and then other times when I don't think I have any photos worth displaying to others a surprise photo jumps out at me on the large screen.  Reflecting on the 15 photos that I chose here, I came to these conclusions about how I shot these.  I preferred black and white for a majority of them, I shot with the following focal lengths and lenses - Olympus 12mm, Panasonic Leica Noctocron 42.5mm, Voigtlander 17.5mm (one of my most used lenses for all my photography in 2014), Olympus 25mm.  I also shot mainly with these cameras; Olympus OM-D E-M1, Olympus OM-D E-M5, Panasonic GH3, Panasonic GH4, Ricoh GR and the iPhone.  The following photos can also be found in my newly revamped gallery.  A direct link to this is http://elusivelycaptured.com.  Enjoy the photos - and remember that these are a selection of 15 photos from many hundreds of photos that I took on the streets of Brisbane.  They are not necessarily the best photos of Brisbane City.

 

Pizza Mogul

Pizza Mogul

One, One, One

Rainy News

Waiting

Immense Brisbane

Memories

Past Times

Reflective Pose

Brisbane Shadows

G20 Crowds

Mens Factory

juxtaposition

A Yellow Line

An Orange Smoko

 

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