Category Archives: Analog process

be a photographer …

What makes us photographers? Are these great photos? Or the willingness of others who let us take pictures? Is it the photographer’s equipment? Blood was always boiling inside me when someone more experienced condemned the work of a young enthusiast who took pictures on the phone. I don’t care who takes pictures with what. Some like blondes, some like brunettes … The important thing is that he likes them. As for me … I love them all …. And among us, do you want to be another Jim Marshall? Jan Saudek? Nadav Kander? There are many of them. They were in the right place at the right time and they knew what they were doing … They saw the photo before they pulled the shutter button.

Full analog process, Leica R7, 28-70mm, after sunset

be a part of life …

A few more pictures from yesterday. From a place where nothing usually happens at all. It is a huge holiday for me when any event that can be attended with a camera takes place in our village ….

Full analog process, Leica R7, Ilford HP5

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my next honey … Leica R4

This old building enticed me to take pictures whenever I drove through. Yes, it’s old … but it has a history and you can see a piece of craft done. Somehow I am not appealed by business baroque or wannabe historically looking buildings. They lack souls …

Full analog Push process, Leica R4, Vario Elmar 75-200mm

Cross process…

I discovered an old colored undeveloped Kodak at home. It was clear to me that after such a time, even with quality storage, there would be a problem with the color process at developer temperatures of 38 ° C. That’s why I used a cross process with a developer for black & white negative films to at least see what I was shooting there at the time. According to the pictures, the film was shot sometime in the summer of 2006. It was poorly stored for more than 15 years. So if you have a forgotten old negative film at home, ask someone who is developing negatives to use the Cross process to developing. There is a huge chance to look at the photos….

From left: Haidea Norman (my sweet), Misha and Jared( both were sweet).