Posted: January 11th, 2010 | Author: Jmy | Filed under: Photography | Tags: Dishonour Clothing, James Wade, ugzine.com | Comments Off
James Wade is a photographer, among other things, from South Australia. Back in May 2009 he started this thing he chose to call “the photobook project”, which is basically a monthly collection of his most recent photos. I’ve enjoyed flipping through the photos every month but for some reason I have not posted about it here yet, which is a little strange.
That’s why I got the idea to pick some highlights from each month and show them here.
First up, May: Action filled street, unconventional angle. Caught my eye.
June: You can never go wrong with a well executed tabletop and good composition.
July: Just a classic stylish air. Almost out of the frame, I like that.
August: One of the negatives of rinding, something we all have to expect sooner or later.
September: Can’t put my finger on it, but I just like it. Blue skies… what’s not to like?
October: Sometimes washed out and overexposed is good. Gives me a good dream like feeling.
November: I guess there’s something about me and cut off riders… I just like how not having the whole rider in the frame can be more interesting sometimes. This is a good example.
December: I like the colors. It’s also the time of year that require some way to cool off.
Don’t forget to check out James’ other projects ugzine.com and Dishonour Clothing. Also you should browse his portfolio.