28/08/2015-Took one of my walks to uni and decided to film some stuff on the way. First the canal near the school, again it wasn’t working…I’m not sure if it’s the light or it just has no magic. I’ve seen beautiful cloud formations, and because it has an abundance of bird life, I feel it should yield fantastic results but at this point…nothing. I will try one more time. Next I wanted to film the industrial complex next to uni, it looks magnificent. I feel it doesn’t matter what sort of conditions e.g. light, colour…whatever I shoot it will look great. On my walk I came up with the idea to shoot a long shot from the rail crossing near the Tafe. It’s high up and you have a great 360-degree view of Newcastle. The industrial complex just peaks out from this point. I think this is another 'narrative' I can use, just as I use sunlight and sunset to give my really good pieces 'temporal' placement…the long shot can do a similar thing. When I got home I wasn’t as enthused about the film footage I had captured, and I gave up trying to edit the canal footage…banal footage. I was really disappointed when I viewed the industrial complex footage…the audio seems to have glitched…making me look a bit foolish in regards to the comments I’ve been making about this form of art and computing.