I finally finished scanning in all the negatives from the Holga and Diana+ rolls I took in Chennai, Mamallapuram and Bangalore back in January, and I posted two new galleries to the Holga page. Unfortunately several of the rolls had severe light leaks and a good many pics were wasted. You see some of the not quite so damaged pics in the galleries.
All the sets with India photos are now in one place, namely [here].
I’ve uploaded a series of pictures taken throughout Berlin in the course of 2009; ranging from the few cold snowy days in January to the first snow in December. The colour photographs were taken using the Holga 120N and 120WPC cameras, and the black and white ones with the Diana+ camera.
There is nothing moodier in my mind than a beach on a windy autumn day. Well, we had plenty of those a couple of weeks ago on the Baltic Sea island of Ruegen. We basically had the last of the nice autumn days giving way to the rain and the cold of the winter to come.
The photographs from this year’s Christopher Street Day, a.k.a. Gay Pride, are up now and available from the toycamera page. They are all black & white and shot with the Diana+ camera.
I guess a grey winter day is the best of time to sort out summer pictures, and thus I’ve uploaded a series of people photographs taken in July in Barcelona and neighbouring Sitges. The gallery is available from the Portrait page.
Having spent New Year’s in London this time around, I came back with a bunch of photos taken with the Diana+ using the new 110mm tele-objective, and with the Holga camera on those rare days where the sun was out. The result is a collection of sometimes rather gloomy photos which at times seem to stem from a different age.
Dresden in winter can be a very gloomy place, and I’ve got the pictures to prove it. 😉 Just uploaded a series of photos taken in Dresden on the last November week-end, using the Diana+ camera with a 110mm lens, which accounts for some of the gloominess.