When the camera lives its own life.

A few posts back I wrote about the ability of analog devices to freeze during a frostly weather. Above the developed images, I then wondered why I photographed these two “compositions”. I didn’t take pictures of them. The camera took them myself as I hiding him in my backpack. Maybe Skynet…

Full analog process Contax 139 Quartz, Fujicolor XTRA 400, switch to BW

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Before the nut sponge cake is baked ….

you can take pictures of the remaining pictures and then see what you actually took on the walk. Maybe in the end you will find out that you like the remaining pictures, taken just like that, more than the ones you froze outside …

Full analog process Contax 139 Quartz, Hoya 35-105mm, Superia XTRA 400, Kodak TMax professional

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be the idyll…

Or it simply looks like an idyll. It’s a beautiful sunny day, full of colors. One should almost want to apply sunscreen and lie down on the grass. However, all you have to do is face backwards and it is clear that the idyll is only in the picture. – 18 ° C, and northern ice wind. My breath turns on the ice on the bodies of cameras. There’s nothing you can do … there’s an idyll at home, too.

Full analog process Leica and Contax, Superia XTRA 400…

The image from the digital nikon shows frozen trees that are only twenty meters higher.

The image from the digital nikon shows frozen trees that are only twenty meters higher.

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