26 November, 2017

some instagram pictures... part 15.

Día de los muertos.
Roda roda.
Crash your camera.
Liberty first.
Stairway to heaven.
Keep your weapons in the garage.
Kölle alaaf!
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22 November, 2017

The 2-Cameras-Double-Exposure-Project. the outsiders. part 6.

This time I tried an Agfa HDC+200 film out of an Olympus AZ-200 Super Zoom. I bought the camera at a junk store in Cologne. I put the film in a Minolta 5000 AF with the Sigma Zoom AF 2.8-3.5/75-200mm. In November I shot some pictures from the Rhine at a foggy day, it was a wonderful day.
But after the development only some pictures from the first photographer were on the negatives. Perhaps the film was too old to save my pictures.
The pictures from the first photographer seem to be pictures by a thief. First he shot his cleaning material, then people in a hall and at the end jewellery at a table. I need Sherlock Holmes to solve this mystery!



05 November, 2017

Crash your camera!!!

You know the situation when you want to take some pictures, but in this moment your camera doesn't work. My girlfriend had this moment at October, 25th as she wanted to take some photos of a graffiti wall with her Konica Z-up 110 Super. She became veryveryvery angry and crashed the camera at the wall.
I shot this massacre with the Yashica T4 D and a Kodak VR+200 film.
I never used the date feature at a camera, but I thought that this moment needed the proof function to document this crime!

Of course, we used a broken Konica to stage this massacre! ;)

28 October, 2017

some instagram pictures... part 14.

Waiting for the fever.
Welcome.
Stay alive.
New one.
It will be there.
Silent.
Kitschlândia.
Kitschlândia.
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27 October, 2017

my favorite benches. part 1.

My favorite benches is a new series about benches, where I like to sit and think and dream and so on.
The first five benches are in Karlsruhe, where I lived some time and the other two benches are in Cologne, where I'm living. 
I used my Minolta Dynax 600si Classic with a Minolta AF 4-5.6/35-80mm Power Zoom. The film was a Fuji Superia 200.

15 October, 2017

Waiting for the fever.

The following pictures are inspired by the song No Wow from The Kills and by the movie The Matrix.
The photos are shot with a Sigma SA-300N with the Sigma UC Zoom 3.5-4.5/28-70mm on an expired Kodak Farbwelt 400 film.