While going through my negatives I found this portrait of my mother taken in 2007 with my Rolleiflex 2.8 F on Ilford FP4. The tonality of 6×6 film is different than both 35mm film and digital…
David and his family came to visit last week. We spent a day in Luisenpark where he took a rest on a bench. Taken with my Contax T and Ilford Delta 400 (home-developed).
Our kitchen window faces north and gives a nice soft light for portraits – as with this one of Evy taken with my D700 and 85mm 1.4.
My Austrian classmate (and aspiring artist) Bodi (actually Matthias Bodenstein) finally came for a nice visit last week. Taken with my D700 and Nikon 85mm 1.4 lens.
During the last couple of days I have been enjoying my Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens with my D700 – like in this picture with Evelyn.
This picture of one of my good Danish friends (and colleague) Henrik Smith-Sivertsen was shot shortly before I moved to Mannheim. Taken with my D700 and a Nikon 70-300mm with two off-camera flashes (one flash through a shoot through umbrella and the second flash reflected through a silver lined umbrella) triggered with CLS.
A picture of my good friend and fellow musician Andrei taken in a St. Petersburg cafe not far from Moskovskii Vokzal. The picture itself is taken in 2009 with my favorite portrait lens (Tamron 90mm f2.8) on my D700 with an off-camera flash firing through a soft box (Lumiquest SoftBox III). For another picture of […]