Since it's December now and summer is here I thought it would be a good time to put out these images I shot during the cold, rainy, windy winter here in cape Town.
I love shooting when it's misty outside, the mist can really emphasize your subject and eliminate a busy and unwanted background. I like the minimal feel you get shooting in the mist.
These images top and bottom are just some random portraits shot of Andrew playing on the mountain, exploring the the cold, misty landscape.
Above is a couple of images shot in my apartment in Vredehoek and below is the iconic Lions Head, part of Table Mountain National Park. I have been up that road so many times, but it's still a magical place with an amazing view of the city and the mountain.
Ending this little series with a warm, steamy bathroom shot. Probably the best way to end a day outside in a cold and stormy Cape Town.
Camera Used / Olympus-S 35mm
Film Used / Deadpan 100 ISO
Since I'm not much of a writer this is a photo story of my experience and the things I documented at Endless Daze, 2017. Let me just start by saying a huge congratulations and thank you to the Psych Night guys for yet another amazing festival. I also want to thank Cape Film Supply for always making sure I have film in my cameras.