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ten thousand years before the selfie….

well, it’s not that long. But technology has made incredible progress over the years. Still, I prefer a real photo over any selfie you take with almost anything. If you have a partner and a camera at home, let yourself be photographed. It’s like sex… it’s definitely better in twos 😉📷

canon AE1 1999, Kodak Gold 100 + my honey

Pictures of wooden chronicles …

Each tree has its own chronicle. Maybe that’s why we learned to make paper from wood 🤔👁📷

Canon EOS 500N, Sigma 70-300 APO Macro, Fomapan F400 footage

in cold blood ….

Placing any point in the golden ratio will force the observer to beholder what you want them to watch. Something makes you look at places that are not interesting at all. The magic of the golden ratio.

Canon EOS 500N, Canob 1,7/50mm STM, Fomapan F400 footage

extra ordinary BW shots …

As like a remote control, the photographer controls the observer’s eyes. The yesterday’s shots.

Canon EOS 500N + Canon 1,7/50mm + Fomapan F400 footage + D800(unframed)

when the time comes…

Sometimes we say it happened at the right time, or it happened at the wrong times, or we don’t have time. Sometimes we make time. And we’ll give it some time. Although time is just a math tool. The universe does not need time to exist. When it is, it will be. This is exactly how the universe works. I hope I didn’t stole too much of your time with this thought.

Canon EOS 500N, 50+70-300mm APO, Superia 400, C41

Pull process …

Another popular process I use for analog black and white photography is the “Pull process“. Just set the sensitivity of the exposure meter to lower than the actual film sensitivity. The exposure then runs a little longer. I will leave the negative in the developer only half the time. Even the cheapest negative creates a very fine grain and a whole range of halftones.

Canon EOS 500N, 50mm,Ilford HP5 Plus 400(drop to 100), developing 4,5 min (Kodak professional)

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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).