Archive For: Analog film

Why the creative mood matters to us

Why the creative mood matters to us

Creative people, like you and me, live and breathe to create. We feel the need to create something out of nothing. That’s what gets us excited. Solving problems with the available tools we have at our disposal is what creativity …

The half-frame diptych experiment

The half-frame diptych experiment

Last month, I bought an Olympus Pen FT half-frame camera. Half-frame cameras were fairly popular in the sixties, mainly because of their compact size and being able to shoot double the exposures using the popular 35mm film format. My reason …

Today’s Polaroid: Three Blurred Faces

Today’s Polaroid: Three Blurred Faces

It’s one of my last few packs of the discontinued Fujifilm FP-3000b instant film I have. Since I still have a few films left in this pack, I might as well shoot a serie with it. I’ve been shooting portraits …

Analog portrait with Mamiya RB67

Analog portrait with Mamiya RB67

Last November I had beauty / fashion shoot with this amazing model. During the shoot I also switched to my Mamiya RB67 analog medium format camera using Ilford Delta 400 film to capture a few beauty portraits. This capture is …

Today’s Polaroid: A scene from Rogier Alleblas’ work

Today’s Polaroid: A scene from Rogier Alleblas’ work

Today’s Polaroid is a behind the scenes look at Rogier Alleblas working on his fascinating artwork serie. This work in progress scene is part of a larger collection of ‘paintings from analog photo prints’.

The Dutch artist and photographer, also …

Today’s Polaroid: Back to Showboat

Today’s Polaroid: Back to Showboat

A new photo in the serie ‘Back to’ in which I visit places which helped shaped me to the person I am today. ‘Showboat’, the Chinese restaurant my parents had run for 30+ years, has been part of my life …

Today’s Polaroid: Back to Fa Yin School

Today’s Polaroid: Back to Fa Yin School

As part of a new photo serie I’m working on about what shaped me to the person I am today, I went back my Chinese school, Cvn Fa Yin, in Amsterdam. Back in 1994 I graduated from this school. To …

New film developed: Lost

New film developed: Lost

Finally got the film developed, a Kodak T-Max 400. This film was actually shot quite some time ago, dating back from October 2012. The photos were part of a serie titled ‘Lost’.…