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I think autumn…

…has already started here. It’s cold and raining. And that’s demotivating for me. Hopefully the sun will come out soon and turn nature back into a palette of colors… which I’m so happy to change back to black and white. But today I will post a few more pictures from last week…. in color.

  • Praktica BC1, Prakticasr 35-70mm, Kodak GB200-7
  • Nikon F50, Nikkor 50mm, Fomapan F400 (intro)

Breadline …

A few older pictures from the places where the lost generation spent their youth. Who is to blame? We? Society? Company? They? Inspired by Megadeth – Breadline

the old concrete bathtub

from my unpublished photos. It’s a bathtub that I still remember when it stood in an old laundry room from the 1920s. Incredibly cold water flowed there.

Full analog process, Pentacon Six, Carl Zeiss 50,80,180mm, Kodak Portra 400

EKTAR color

After a long time, I put a color film in the medium format. Instead of the popular Fujicolor XTRA Superia, I used the Kodak Ektar 100 film. I was surprised how it significantly changed the tonality when changing the angle of the incident sunbeams.

Full analog process, Pentacon Six TL, Carl Zeiss 80mm, Ektar 100, process C 41 Kodak Professional