This guy from Ericeira – street photography blog

street photography blog

Sometimes I just love to take a photo of peple in the strong part of the picture, no matter that half of the frame is just pure wall. I just scanned my last film from Neaples, and got almost twin shot. This time I did not get even focus right. This is what happens when you try to do street photography with manual focus lenses with a 30 years old Nikon body, full manual of course. Checko out my street photography blog.

No bikes, just guys in hats and kites in El Medano -analog photography blog

analog photography blog

Nikon FE2, Ilford Delta 100.

One shot from january this year in Tenerife. I did a long photowalk in El Medano, windsurfing and kitesurfing spot. It was a windy day, and this guy just passed by the street near a beach. That made worth it publishing on my analog photography blog.

Longinos Open’er Festival tent stage – analog photography Poland

analog photography Poland

Voigtlander Inos, Polypan F ISO 50.

This is another shot at my Longinos analog photography style. It’s a famous Open’er Festival tent stage, that fits perfecly in my Longinos full perforation frame. You can read more about Longinos analog photography Poland process HERE.

Analog push process, a blow-up picture

analog push process
Nikon FM2, Ilford HP5 400 ISO 3200.

Analog push process is when you take a low speed film and shoot it with much higher speed. I usually use Ilford Hp5 ISO 400 and shoot it at ISO 3200. Push process always means longer development times and bigger grain. On this picture of my dog, the grain is extremely big due to the push process and also because it is a blow-up picture, which means the oryginal picture is much bigger, and this is a big crop of the picture.