Manly and Queenscliff
Do You Need Prospective?
Bring things into prospective, that is something a lot of us don’t do is it. And I am talking about taking time out every now and then and stepping back and having a look at where you are in your life and how you are doing? What I am talking about is, are you achieving your goals in your time frame and or are you going in the direction you want to be heading? You could break that down into a S.M.A.R.T goal, I may save that for another mind blowing blurb LOL.
Well I can tell you something when I decided to document Manly again, you see I did Manly way back in 2014, it was one of my first Culture editorials. I shot it all in black and white and continued to shoot my culture editorials in black and white for many years, which was my prospective on how I saw things back then. Now a days it is more about creating and capturing images that are eye catching and touching the artist eye. That can be translated too, I prefer to shoot in colour now, opposed to black and white due to the plain fact in that is how I prefer to see the world at the moment, don’t get me wrong I still love creating black and white imagery and I always will but for now I prefer to shoot in colour.
As you may of noticed I have been shooting a lot of beaches over the last couple of months and loving it, mainly due to the fact that I love the beach and I have been walking a lot as well and if you put the two of them into a blender this is what you get!!! A Manly to Queenscliff walk, shot in colour though the eyes of a photographer.
Written and photographed by Geoffrey Chuah
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