The pictures that are presented here today were taken during a workshop about analog photography in July 2017.
13 years ago I used to shoot Fuji 160C and I have a great souvenir of it for the vivid colours, it has been discontinued and is unobtainable nowadays (at least in Europe).
When I started my path of analog photography somewhere in 2012, my first film stocks were widely available Fujifilm consumer grade films – mostly Fujifilm Superia 200 and Fujicolor C200.
Some time ago I read about a workshop dedicated to instructing participants in building their own pinhole camera and venturing into the field to record some images. Somehow this idea resonated with me.
My 94-year-old grandmother, Jeanne Samuels, lives a fully independent life. Her independence, however, was…
Walking in the woods, that‘s my thing. So taking pictures in the woods seems to come naturally (pun intended).
After a long struggle trying to find the right lens for my Leica M6, I decided to give the 7Artisans 50mm f/1.1 a try (in other words, I was giving myself a chance to shoot with the Leica since getting
The photos I present you were made with my Leica M6, 35mm Summicron and Kodak EKTACHROME 64T, which was cross-processed. This is my all-time favorite film and it’s sad that Kodak doesn’t produce it anymore.
I moved to Taipei, Taiwan, about one and a half years ago, after seven years in China, two years in Canada and one year in Morocco.
I couldn’t resist trying this film. The truth is I am eager to experiment with any emulsion I encounter. But I sought out this esoteric option because of its cinematic heritage.
Friendship can be hard at times. Sometimes distance can pry us apart.
I shot over 14 portraits with the Polaroid 636 Close-up. I used it in different locations (inside of a white room, outside at 9:00 AM when it was a little bit colder, outside when it started raining.
Houston, Texas, is my hometown. My wife and I recently purchased a renovated 90-year-old home in the city’s urban core, which currently is in the midst of a major revitalization movement.
For this, I blame EM.
First, I got some ILFORD SFX 200 film for the long exposure articles I was working on.
Last July I spent an afternoon at a special Photographer’s Open House at the Walker Ranch Homestead, a part of the Boulder County Parks and Open Spaces.
At the end of 2017, I went to Kyoto with my wife and my three-year-old son.
With time passing, I’m getting more and more a taste for the point and shoot.
This week I happily received a shipment of 10 rolls of this much anticipated film stock. This first roll was shot in early afternoon on a day with cloudy sun.
So I got a new camera to play with—the Chinon CE II Memotron with quite a good lens. It was well past sunset so I thought about pushing a film I knew well enough anticipate the outcome.
As someone used to living in walkable European cities with functioning public transport, LA is a city I’ve found hard to like. I’ve been back a few times now, though, and enjoy it more each time I do.