I am always happy to try a creative approach to photography and sometimes that is best achieved through experimenting with different film stocks. Join me for a walk around Munich with some redscale film.
I took my newly acquired Fuji GW690ii camera up for a day trip to Nuremberg and was luckily taken on a guided tour (breweries included) by my friend who is a local. Accompanying us were copious amounts of film and a sense of history and medieval encounters. Join me to explore this historical city.
The beginning of Spring in Munich after a long, cold winter saw bright sunny skies, loads of colour, and people enjoying the good weather. Come join me for a short walk around Munich’s Viktualienmartk.
A collection of photographs document my travels from Madrid to Hamburg and onward by train, bus and boat to an East Frisian island. Come join me to see what catches my eye on this long European journey.
I went for a photowalk around the centre of Madrid in hope of plenty of light, which is what is needed for the low ISO film that is Film Ferrania P30 film (ISO 80). Unusually I was met with cloudy conditions, but I made the most of it and managed to document some good Madrid street scenes.
An overnight stay in Hamburg enroute to Germany’s East Frisian islands was the perfect opportunity to search for some moody cityscape shots after dark. Armed with a few rolls of Kodak Tri-X film I went on the lookout for some striking scenes.
I’ve been wanting to try out the Nikon 35Ti for a long time, not least for its unique design, but also as this camera has a lot of hype surrounding it. When one of my photography friends suggested a photowalk around Munich including an offer to use this camera I jumped at the chance. Here are my impressions of the Nikon 35Ti.
Grabbing a few hours free during the December break I went for a walk around the centre of Madrid in search of some bright colours and some typical cityscape scenes, join me for some traditional Spanish architecture and daily life.
There is quite a large following of Ice Hockey in Germany and with standing room tickets in Munich’s hockey arena available at €18 this was a great opportunity to go with the lads and enjoy a good night out, accompanied by some Kodak Portra 800 and Kodak Tri-X 400 film.
A December walkabout in Munich with the Christmas markets and pre-holiday good vibes provided a great backdrop for some black and white photography. This post sees plenty of high contrast, bright lights, grain, and black & white goodness from Kodak’s T-Max 3200 film.
Kodak’s re-introduction of its legendary Ektachrome film has been big news in film and photography circles, with the re-release coming towards the end of 2018. I figured it was about time I got my hands on some to see what all the fuss was about. Come join me in search of bright colours to see what this film is made of!