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Used an old Zeiss-Ikon Nettar folding camera. The image is 6x9 cm`s, and I had to choose a part of the negative to scan because of the limits of my scanner. It reminds me of the Diana and Holga photographs I used to take a few years ago. Feels like I have to do a certain kind of photography with these cameras.
Have been studying lots of webloggs lately, and found a new site of interest. Believe it or not, the photographer lives in Poland, and I don`t know why I`m so drawn towards that country, but there is something that hits me hard. You will not find one photograph of someone's I-Pod, no macro of a gold showerhead, or a Britney Spears lookalike. This is for real. Enjoy.

Zeiss-Ikon Nettar
Kodak T-Max400

I agree with you, I knew that photoblog before and the quality of its photos is the one of a portfolio, and not just shapshots of daily life. But also your photos are for real, though! I like the way you are experimenting with the media and the way you are describing the process. Reading your blogs always teaches me something new.
I haven't commented much lately, but I'm still checking in every day. I too learn things from what you write on your blog... and I rarely ever take pictures myself! What you write is half the reason I show up here every day, the other half of course is the art. I can always count on getting a different emotion everyday when I come here. You really are doing great work! I wish I could get prints of some of the stuff you have on your website to frame.
this is really good, the contrasts in it, the darkness of it and the movement; you couldn't really shoot something like that on digital. love it

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