In the summertime, when the weather is fine, you're probably doing two things. You're heading to the beach (this is Queensland, after all), and you're taking photos of your sun, surf and sand adventure. You're only human.
Growing up in Byron Bay, photographer and filmmaker Alana Potts is no stranger to this process; indeed, her coastal shots comprise Salty, her appropriately-named analogue exhibition. Expect raw, grainy pics of barren beaches and windy headlands that look like they were taken in the '60s and '70s, plus an original surf film that documents her happy-snapping travels.
And yes, with all things digital taking over, we are at a stage when knowing that these photos are all analogue creations is a definite drawcard. Pretend summer is here early by heading to This Must Be The Place for Salty's opening night shindig from 5pm on September 23, or drop by any time between then and October 21.