September Project. Dublin in B&W film. I loved the color of the doors, but had to see it all in B&W. I wanted to be limited with the wide lens, and I needed a physical memory of our first visit. Shooting film, and processing it at home gave me full control from start to finish.
I wanted to capture the buildings and people in one frame. With my 80mm 2.8 on my Mamiya 645 Super, I was able to do just that.
I needed a sign that showed where I was. My wife said use the bike post. It was a perfect grab.
I had to get the juggler. This was a perfectly timed shot. I love the way it matches the framing of the tents behind him.
I obsessed over the framing of this shot. I wanted that sign and building. I played with cropping out the Speed, but I love the add it gives to the shot.