Study of a powerline cutting through the landscape.
Polaroid 55 black and white film has a glorious status among photographers because of its delicate tones. It was only produced until 2008. There were projects to manufacture Polaroid 55 film again, but the original film isn’t produced anymore.
Washi is a translucent Japanese paper. It’s made from the bark of trees, often mulberry and hemp. In the Echizen prefecture such paper is manufactured for 1500 years.
I recently used the nightscape camera mode of my smartphone to scan roll film. Then something unexpected happened. There were colours in the black and white film!
Fog covering the lowlands creates two worlds. One is above, the other below the fog line.
Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
November is a month when the landscape of the Jura mountains lays in mist – sometimes for days and weeks. It can come as thick fog making orientation in the mountains difficult, or as a light mist obscuring trees. Mist in Jura, photographed with the Horizon swing-lens panoramic camera on Kodak Tri-X 400 black and…… Continue reading Panoramic Mist
My annual dose of colour photographs in autumn from the Jura mountain in the backyard. All taken with the OnePlus 6 phone camera and processed in Snapseed.
The tiny Corona virus has large effects, one of them making travelling to interesting places difficult. So instead of exploring the underwater sphere, let’s have a look in the opposite direction: the sky. Might it be possible to take a photo of deep space from home? Photographically speaking, there are similarities between capturing astro and…… Continue reading Capturing a Galaxy from my Balcony