A year ago I started a Moto-photo project at the Long Beach Cycle Swap with an old Minolta 35mm camera, but it didn’t pan out the way that I intended. I couldn’t really scan the images with the quality and quickness that I wanted, so, like with a lot of projects, I just left the developed pictures in a drawer and forgot about them.
Last week, I bought a Sony a6000 – lightweight, APS-C, 24.3 MP – in a move away from DSLR’s and film, and to the portability of mirrorless cameras. The Paradise Road Show, held on the weekend of January 20th and 21st, provided the first opportunity to kick start the whole thing again, and breathe new life into old ideas that deserve a second look. All the pictures here are shot using an a6000 and a Sigma 30 mm F1.4 lens.