Back to analogue – Part 4: Streets of Linz on Kodak Ektar 100

I may have found a film that works for me. Although it remains to be seen whether it worked out for the indoor shots I took the other day. I have not quite finished that roll. But I did take a complete roll of 36 during my photo school weekend (I am currently studying forContinue reading “Back to analogue – Part 4: Streets of Linz on Kodak Ektar 100”

Back to analogue – Part 3: Vienna views on Kodak Ultramax 400

My heart starts beating faster these days when the download link with scans of my latest analogue photos arrives from the photo lab. Will it have worked out? Getting a transfer is in itself a good sign – at least now I know that the film was transported and exposed! This time I tried outContinue reading “Back to analogue – Part 3: Vienna views on Kodak Ultramax 400”

Back to analogue – Part 2: Vienna Classic Days with Yashica Electro 35

One week ago my camera collecting friend, photographer Reinhard Prenn (the one who passed on his analogue bug, which by now has seriously infected me), brought me a new old camera to try out: The Yashica Electro 35. This was not the camera I was initially supposed to shoot with for this project, but thereContinue reading “Back to analogue – Part 2: Vienna Classic Days with Yashica Electro 35”

Back to analogue – Part 1: Venice, lomified

I grew up with analogue photography, but after I started using a digital camera some 20 years ago I never looked back. Until now, that is. There has of course been a trend, especially among young people but also among seasoned photographers, to go back to analog. It seems to have acquired a certain coolnessContinue reading “Back to analogue – Part 1: Venice, lomified”