This is the first composing I ever did in Photoshop. I’d love to learn a little more about this, although the heavily composed images you often see are not really my thing. But for subtle things like this … Why not?
I shot these on my Instax mini 90 and Instax black and white film for the #ShittyCameraChallenge over on Twitter. It was one of the most expensive trips to the gas station I ever took.
I have a deep love for analog photography. You don’t see much of it here at the moment, because a lot of the pictures I take on film are personal and family pictures that don’t belong in public. But soon that is going to change. I’m about to open a new gallery section dedicated to film and I have some interesting projects planned.
This picture was taken on expried (10 years) APX 400, shot @ISO 800 in a Minox 35 GT, and developed in Rodinal. I just love grain.
This photo on the other hand: I was never quite satisfied with it. I should have put a small pillow under her head to lift it up a little and create a more relaxed and natural facial expression and the perspective of the fake stone floor is rather confusing.
Be that as it may – people seems to really like it and I always get nice comments about it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I was always rather proud of the framing in this picture. Somehow it never got the love it deserves on social media.
I like doing these simple, rembrandtesque studio portraits. This is one of me when I needed a haircut.
Today I’ll show you three pictures in a row of S. when she was pregnant with twins and I didn’t want to do the typical plushy baby belly shoots.
I like doing sets of photos instead of just single shots, but the fact that Instagram has conditioned me to doing sets of three also upsets me a litte.