End of the photography season?

End of the photography season?

In a way I feel like the photography season is now officially over as the season turned to autumn. The days are getting so short and the weather is poor. It has been raining now for many days and even…

Fog and abandoned trains

Fog and abandoned trains

Couple of weeks ago, during a monday morning, it was a very misty weather. I was heading to a meeting. I parked my car close to an old trainyard. I had my cameras with me, as I always do. I…

Saving analog cameras with Japan Camera Hunter

Saving analog cameras with Japan Camera Hunter

Yesterday september 22nd was a big day for the Save Analog Cameras project. After months of collecting questionnaire data from film photographers, they held a special event, where they finally revealed the conclusions of their study. Most of us saw the…

Early autumn street photography

Early autumn street photography

Alright, back to basics. After shooting few rolls with AE-1, telephoto lens and what have you, it’s time to get back to my usual choice of 50mm f1.8 and Olympus OM-1. Whatever I end up trying, I always seem to…

Is there any reason to shoot film?

Is there any reason to shoot film?

I got a comment on my other blog article saying that “Nothing against film photography, but I see no reason to shoot analog in 2017.” I felt a bit surprised to see a comment like this, because talk around film…

Expectations vs. reality in film photography

Expectations vs. reality in film photography

Analog photography really has a way of curbing your enthusiasm. Because you don’t see your shot immediately, you have all this time to romanticise the image in your mind before seeing the results. The camera is remorseless and records everything…

One year shooting with black and white film

One year shooting with black and white film

Exactly one year ago I started my photography all over again. I decided to start from the beginning. I’ve always looked up photographers but never considered myself of being one. I have been into photography for ages, but for some…