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So having been out of taking photos for a couple years now, Due to falling interest, A Massive change in life among other things I got to wondering.
I wanted to give somethings a go and see how I went. I knew I was going to need something that is going to force me to think about the shot, Not just a rock up shoot and go home scenario. Something where thinking about the composure, Lighting and subjects was key more than the equipment on hand.

So it was decided no fancy equipment, I was going to take a series of photographs using only the Apple iPhone 4s phone and some photoshop or Instagram filters.
I chose the 4s for a couple reasons
  1) We were selling alot of them at my job so I got it cheap.
  2) The phone itself is now 5 years old so it terms of technology it is well and truly outdated.
3) The Camera will still allow for some decent captures

The iPhone 4s Camera has a rear Camera 8MP and a front camera 0.3MP (won't be getting much use for this project tho unless I chuck in some selfies ;-))

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1) The Lost ocean path 
Taken at Mornington Pier in VIC with some Instagram edits, The end of the one of the many same boat jettys was covered in green moss looking out towards the ocean. 
The Lost ocean path - Mornington Pier in VIC
2) Between here and the Ocean
Taken on the Frankston board walk in VIC with some Instagram edits. The fence of the board walk keeping us from the edge of ocean...
 Between here and the Ocean -  Frankston board walk in VIC
3) The stairs to the water.
Taken on the Frankston board walk near Olivers Hill in VIC with some Instagram edits. The Stairs down onto the rocks at high tide
The Stairs to the water - Frankston board walk near Olivers Hill in VIC

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3) Noojee Trestle Bridge
The Noojee trestle bridge, Just 5 mins from the township of Noojee this old railway bridge has been restored as part of the rail trail. Noojee is an old lumber town on the Mt Baw Baw tourist road about 100km from Melbourne
Noojee Trestle Bridge - Located 5mins from noojee township, About 100km from Melbourne. A restored trestle rail bridge
4) Noojee Trestle Bridge
Another image from the Noojee trestle bridge, 100m long is an impressive structure
Noojee Trestle Bridge - Located 5mins from noojee township, About 100km from Melbourne. A restored trestle rail bridge