I’ve got my Leica back, special thanks to Mr. Lang who’s borrowed me his one. Bad days outside, time for some portraits.
Here I’ve tried a selfmade softfocus. Too much of vaseline I guess.
Some shots with Chris.
And with Andy in his self build studio. He looks like Hitchcock on this one :-)
I just can say it again. Mamiya RZ67, a powerful tool.
Shooting street in wintertime is like hunting in the woods without animals. Indeed, streetphotography is more like a study of everyday situations. So I took almost pictures in the train or in house.
After a long time, Simon, Marc and me met each other for an evening with chickenwings and beer.
In a way I am against horrible nuclear power, but W.T.F is that? (And for correction, the word is called “nucular” :-)
I was on the way to zurich for an assignment on sharing knowldedge, where I met suprisingly Cornelia. She’s the girlfriend of Bastien, Sandrines brother. She came for the congress to help out.
After a very long day in the hotel bar.
This is Salome, a crew member of the organisation. She hates to be photographed, but for my suprise she agreed with that portrait. I guess it was the Leica.
Hanging around with the Ladies.
A nice detail of the hotel.
On the way home, somewhere near zurich.
iPad vs. paper #1
Rolf came that day to us for some it-whatever. I was so lazy these days and took that pic out of my chair.
The place where I can forget reality for a few hours, since 23 years I guess.
The morning after the carnival. What a mess.
There are two things I really hate. One of it are these stumble traps.
iPad vs. paper #2
Helped out Dalai at the Jazzwerkstatt.
Time to go home.