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Nikon FM2, Ilford HP5 400 ISO 3200. You know how it is. Family dinner, plenty of delicious food, and you just can’t stop eating. Here are my cousin and a friend lying stuffed after one of those delicious dinners at my moms house couple years ago.
Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100. Karwiny, Redłowo, Oksywie are the names of different parts of Gdynia, and also of some yachts in Gdynia Harbour. This picture was taken long ago with Biometar lens on tilt adapter.
Pentacon Six, Ilford HP5 400. Another picture from the “teddybears world” series in Urban Absurd convention. Around year 2002. More on
Pentacon Six, Ilford HP5 400. My first photograph from “misiaświat” series back in 2002 year. It started a photo style of mine I called Urban Absurd, and which I continue to shoot up till now. There is a whole website dedicated to this at
Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100. Quick shot of a boy crossing a puddle on his bike. The strange depth of field is caused by Pentacon Six Biometar 85mm 2,8 lens on the tilt adapater.
Voigtlander AVUS 9x12cm, Adox Planfilm ISO 50. Yesterday family trip picture. My dog Salsa is crazy about tennis balls, so it was quite difficult to get her steady – my wife is holding my dogs ball in her hand.
Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100. Sea Towers in Gdynia shot using Pentacon Six Biometar 85mm 2,8 lens on the tilt adapater. The bird got there really nice.
Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100. It was raining but it didn’t scare off my kid, and he kept jumping in the paddles. I used a Pentacon Six Biometar 85mm 2,8 lens on the tilt adapater to get the amazing blurry effect.
Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100. A summer holiday picture by the lake in Kaszuby near Kościerzyna in Poland. The sign says: “Area for people who can’t swim.”.
Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100. My son playing at the beach early in the morning in Jastarnia at Hel peninsula in Poland. It was chilly beginning of may of 2012.