Last article on 52 rolls: Sending cheers and showing samples of this year’s production.
Personal moments on Tri-X 400, some thoughts about privacy and simplicity and a pixelpeeper pic right out of the Opton Tessar of ’51 with the special coating.
Not pleased with the Hasselblad as a mobile device, so I purchased a collapsable Medium Format Rangefinder with a nicely coated lens – a Super Ikonta BX from the era of “A Streetcar Named Desire”, Duke Ellington and George Gershwin.
G.A.S. continues: Purchased a 24mm, this time an old manual model fitting for the F2. Girl celebrates her new shoes, man celebrates a new lens. Silvermax. Sun.
And: Brutalism appreciation with brutalistic gear, Silvermax and something between 17mm and 210mm.
Happy with the recently acquired Nikon F2, a nicely constructed precision machine from 1975, an inspiring instrument.
Everything was ready, but the magazine of the Hasselblad felt like stopping the shooting after the first frame. So we cut a long story short.
Gallery show, chess match and a relaxed girl with Neopan 400 and a Canon QL17GIII rangefinder.
An emergency rescue helicopter landed on a mission in our park. I really like helicopters and the policemen allowed me to shoot some pictures.
Diary shots with two color negative films.
My first color film for this project is a Kodak Ultramax, shot with a compact point & shoot and a fixed 28mm focal length.
Have been too curious how the Neopan 400 would turn out in TMax developer to delay shooting and had some fun on a winter’s day.
Berlin today: Grief at the day of Bowie’s death in front of the house where he lived. TMax 400, HC110, SMC-M 35/2.8