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This is the second and final part. I haven’t uploaded everything, but I’m not really happy with the photos. I feel like they’re just snapshots and I wasn’t really happy with the last post. It lacked a linking theme and consistency.

But this part has a theme and it’s one of my favorite themes.

Barcelona doesn’t have as much train stations as Paris has, but the ones Barcelona has, are quite awesome too.


Canon eos 50D
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM

Estació de Barcelona-Sants

As I was getting ready to put my camera in the bag, I noticed these people sitting on the other side of the track. So put the camera on my knee and made a few photos. The quality of these two photos is poor. They’re noisy and slightly out of focus, but I like the storytelling part of the photos.

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Estació de França

This building is simply beautiful. It would be a shame if it ever would loose it’s function as a train station. Unless they make a botanical garden out of it.. 😉

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Kodak Portra 400

Same film as in the previous post. Scanning this film was a struggle. ICE (for some reason) didn’t work and colors didn’t seem to be right. But in the film defense: it should be on it’s expiracy date and I haven’t treated the film very well.

Kodak portra 400
Nikon F801s
Nikkor 50mm F/1.8

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Kodak Tmax 100

I’m really fond of the tmax 100/ rodinal combination. I think it works really well on 120 film. This was the first time I tried it on 35mm film. It looks good, but not as good as I was expecting it too. Maybe a slight temperature mistake during developing or something else..

Kodak Tmax 100
Agfa Rodinal 1+50
Nikon F801s
Nikkor 50mm F/1.8





One Comment

  1. ow die 1ste 2 met die mensen op het perron, wat een geweldige kleurrijke platen Jorke. Top!
    Ow rest is ook lekker wegkijken hoor 😉