Week 8: Instant Lab fun

In week 8 I had fun with my Impossible Instant Lab. My husband and I went out for drinks and a snack, followed by the movies. We went to a modern┬áMexican / South American restaurant in Rotterdam. I took some pictures with my phone, and at home I printed them on Impossible Colour Film with…

Week 7: Even more redscale

In week 7 I took my Holga 120GN with me on my walk into the city center. Since it was still #BIFscale17, I had a roll of Lomography redscale XR50-200 in my camera. Near my house is some sort of wood construction, and since I like silhouettes on redscale I took some pics of the…

Week 6: Slide film and sun

In week 6 I took my Nikon EM with me to work. We had the first beautiful sunny day, and I still had Agfa Precisa CT slide film in the Nikon. I had a meeting at city hall, and I decided to take the tram, get off a few stops before the actual stop and…

Week 5: More redscale

Since it was still #BIFscale17, I loaded another roll of redscale film in my Holga 120GN, this time Lomography Redscale XR50-200. My husband and I went to a farmer’s market nearby, and I took my Holga with me. Again, the results are meh, but I will post some of them.

Week 5: Redscale, trees and selfie experiments

(LC-A+ and Fuji Neopan 400) In week 5 I went for a walk with my Holga 120GN, loaded with Lomography Redscale 100 film, and my LC-A+, loaded with Fuji Neopan 400. It was the start of #BIFscale17 (or February Redscale month), and I wanted to join in. Unfortunately most of my redscale shots this week…

Week 4: Not much inspiration

Left luggage (Holga 120GN and Rollei RPX400) In week 4 I didn’t have much inspiration or much time. I took my Holga (one of them…) with me on my trip to the chiropractor and my walk through the neighbourhood. Here are some shots from that roll. All shot with my Holga 120GN and Rollei RPX…

Week 3: Fun with friends from abroad

The Norwegian church in Rotterdam (Holga 120GN and Fomapan 400) In week 3 we had a visit from our friends from Ireland. Together we explored Rotterdam: we saw the Norwegian church, climbed the Euromast, visited Delfshaven (the harbour from which the Mayflower with the pilgrim fathers on it sailed to the USA via England). Villa…

Week #46 The cemetery again

In week 8 I mentioned there’s a cemetery near my house, that I like to visit. I went there again in week 46. The reason why I like to visit, is the fact that it looks more like a park than a cemetery. Especially during the fall, the trees look beautiful, with all kinds of…

Week #45 Breda (Wine, anyone?)

In week 45 I visited the city of Breda, which has a very lovely old center. The main reason for the visit was a family get together with some female family members. We had lunch, wine, snacks, more wine, dinner and, yes, wine. In between restaurant visits we walked around a bit and I snapped…

Week #44 Waalsdorpervlakte

This location had been on my “I want to photograph this” list for a long time. I have a dad who’s very interested in WWI and WWII. When we were on holiday when I was a kid, he’d always take us to see monuments, military cemeteries and other stuff that’s related to WWI and WWII…

Week #43 The market

Recently a new market hall opened in my home town Rotterdam. It took quite some time to build it, and when it opened many people wanted to take a look. Because it would be very busy the first weeks, I decided to wait a bit before I’d take a peek, and week 43 was the…

Week #34 Swan Market

In week 34 I visited the Rotterdam Swan Market. Rotterdam has been a boring city for quite a few years, but lately people are organising all kinds of fun and interesting things, such as this Swan Market. It’s a place where people can sell homemade food, cakes, clothing and all kinds of other stuff. There…