Tuesday, 10 December, 2019

A few frames from a Lomography Purple

Lomography Purple XR 100-400 ISO: 200Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Olympus XAExpired: No Of the two effect film from Lomography - the other being the Lomochrome Turquoise XR 100-400 - this one is the funniest one to use, if you ask me.It's got a kind of...

December 2019

Camera: Fujica ST605N - Film: Fujicolor Superia Venus 800

Favored location: the sign

I've pass this sign a lot, when I walked towards the city center, and now it's also on the way to the - newly opened - Metro, so I'm properly going to pass it even more now.I don't know what it is that I find so fascinating about this sign, it's not that old, or even that...

I recommend! – The Darkroom’s comprehensive index of photography film

The Darkroom is a 40+ year old photo lab, based in California, USA. On their website they have started a super awesome index of all the films that are available today.With reviews, facts and sample photos, it is so awesome and I can't recommend it enough. They also have a cool page with all...

Favored location: The King’s Garden/Rigens Street tunnel

There is this pedestrian tunnel leading out of the King's Garden to Rigens Street. It's the Rigens exit (or entrance, depending on which way you are going) that's the interesting bit in this spot.The cool thing is that the tower of the Jerusalem church, is right at the end of the exit.But you can also get some...

November 2019

Camera: Pentax ME - Film: Kodak Gold 200

Between two pages: Pictures by Jeff Bridges

For a long time, I have wanted this book by Jeff Bridges, and for three reasons, I like him as an actor, I of course love analog photography and I'm a bit of a sucker for panoramas, especially when they are made on film. But I found the book a bit expensive to my...

Favored location: Vordingborg castle ruin

This location is in Vordingborg, the city I was born and raised in. To be honest there isn't that much to see in this city, but the castle ruin is recommendable. There is of course the famous goose tower, the landmark of the city. Mamiya RZ67 Pro II - Kodak...

A few frames from a Konica Chrome R100

Konica Chrome R100 ISO: 100Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Minolta XG-2Expired: Yes I don't know how old this film was when I used it or how it was kept. It went in the fridge was I bought it, but it doesn't really help if the film...

I recommend! – Film Photography Project

Today I want to recommend FPP (short for Film Photography Project) according to them self they are An Internet Radio Show & On-Line Resource for Film Shooters Worldwide.This site is just an awesome place to gather more analog photography knowledge, have fun and shop for film. The only downside I can find - and...

A stroll with a Leica minilux

My very first Leica, and one of the best bargains I'm made, bought it for 75Dkr. ($11.50) and sold it for 1800Dkr. ($270), I could live with finding a few more of those. There were two reasons that made me sell the camera. The first one is simple, I'm not a fan, the...

A few frames from a Lomography Redscale

Lomography Redscale XR ISO: 50Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Minolta Minoltina P Expired: No I'm still not really sure on, what I think about redscale film. I sometimes think - like with the photos below - it turns out totally awesome. And other times not so much.

October 2019

Camera: Nikon FE - Film: Rollei ORTHO 25

A few frames from a Lomochrome Turquoise

Lomochrome Turquoise XR 100-400 ISO: 100Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Minolta ALFExpired: No This is a difficult film to use if you ask me, in hard I mean finding subjects that looks good with this film. And I must admit that I'm not that found of...

Which film in which camera?

With a collection of just around 250 working cameras, and a habit to have film in multiple at the time, it was hard for me to remember what film I had in which camera. I had to come up with some sort of system, where I could organize it. So this is how I keep track of...

I recommend! – Two websites with film developing information

The first one is digitaltruth.com I think this is the most used site/app among analog photographers. I see it every time someone recommends a place with good info.And I'm no exception, because it is a very good site. The second one is filmdev.org which I think is just as good as digitaltruth....

A stroll with a Leica Z2X

My second Leica - the first being a Leica minilux, with a stroll post coming up later on - is a beat up point and shoot, with the last name Z2X and it's totally awesome. Even though the minilux properly is a better camera - and a lot more expensive - than...

Thinking of buying a Leica – but which one?

What Leica in the $900 - $1.200 prize range, is the best

Vuescan vs Epson vs Silverfast

I have compared Vuescan with Epson's scanner software

September 2019

Camera: Noblex Pro 6-150 UX - Film: Kodak Portra 160

A stroll with a Nikon FE

How all SLR should be

I got a bad developer from Ars-Imago

First I just wanna clarify that this not a rant against Ars-Imago - shit happens - It's more like a heads up to them, that there can be a problem (Ars-Imago if you should happen to reading this and want to know more, feel free to contact me). A few...

A stroll with a Diana

The original Diana

A few frames from a Lomography Berlin

Lomography Berlin ISO: 400Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At home in Cinestill Df96Camera: Pentax ME Expired: No Lomography recently put two new films on the market, this one and one called Potsdam, they are both black and white. I also got a couple of rolls, of the Potsdam in the fridge,...

I recommend! – Three analog photography Web shops

Here are the web shops that I mainly use - and of course recommend - when I'm shopping analog stuff. Remember that I live in Copenhagen, Denmark. So this list is from a European point of view. There are properly bunches of other shops in the US and Asia that are really cool as...