The beginning of the BSE™ (Best Summer Ever). Last year’s Primavera Sound Festival. No band photos were taken at all, but some highlights were Obits, Archers of Loaf, Japandroids and Refused. Good times.
Is there a better feeling after a long long winter than the coming of spring? Not really, no.
& & & & Ambar beer, churches and heat. Photos taken with a Yashica Electro 35 and Lomography redscale film. online spilleautomater
& & & & & No, I’m not in the red sea. And no, the title is not an euphemism for my period. In summer 2011 my parents and I took a boat to Tossa de Mar, a nice little town in the Costa Brava. I took along my trusty Yashica Electro 35 (which doesn’t [...]
In April I went to Valencia to visit my best friend and was amazed by the amount of cocks we saw.
Back in May my friend Clemens and I went on an Italian adventure. Somehow I only snapped three film photos apart from the band ones. Clemens finished a roll, but it was mostly photos taken by a drunk girl that we didn’t even know. It was a weekend of great randomness. I can only hope [...]
Back at the beginning of the year my friend Olalla came to visit for a weekend. The weather was really forgiving, so we went out on a photo walk. I took a 3€ disposable camera with me and this is what came out.
A few months ago I took a roll to the photo shop and nothing came out. I freaked out. I freaked out because not only is my Yashica Electro 35 my favourite camera, but it is also my grandfather’s camera that he gave me when I started developing (ha! get it?) an interest in photography, [...]
If you want to find out why I shoot film head over to Astrid’s blog. She asked me to collaborate on her “why do you shoot film?” series, which I greatly enjoy. Thank you Astrid! *** Remember that I lost all my facebook likes when I changed names!
Last September I went to Venice for the first time. One can hardly call this an insightful post about Venice… after all I stayed there for six hours. But since it took me three and a half hours to get there by train from Milan, I’ll keep on considering this as real travelling. So, first [...]
I’ll be honest, the first time I went to Belgium I thought that it looked like a newspaper; grey, red (like the economy pages) and green (like the ads). This made a lot of sense in my mind and it can be explained by the fact that I arrived on a very rainy day after [...]