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Paris – Cinestill 800T (35mm)

This was my first roll of cinestill 800T. i did view some great examples on the internet, but did not really know what to expect. Especially since I have no experience with tungsten film or cinefilm. But personally I think … Continue reading

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Paris – Portra 160 (35mm)

Two weeks ago I made a three-day visit to Paris. Of course I brought my camera’s (including the Mamiya 645 pro) with me. The canon Ae-1 program was mostly used as a point and shoot camera, since it is the … Continue reading

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Gare du Nord – 06:20am

This is the final set of photos from Paris. The photos are all taken between 06:20AM and 06:25AM, before I had any coffee. Which might explain why some photos, including my favorite ones, are not focused properly or moved. Apparently … Continue reading

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Paris – Kodak Portra 400

Since I shot so much film during my trip to Paris/ London, it seemed best to categorize them into type of film and upload the photos in chronological order. Thus, these are the first few shots taken on the streets … Continue reading

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Paris – Fuji pro 400H

Since I shot so much film during my trip to Paris/ London, it seemed best to categorize them into type of film and upload the photos in chronological order. Thus, these are the first few shots taken on the streets … Continue reading

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Gares de paris

This is the fifth and final Paris set. The post contains photos from several train and metro stations. Whenever I think of Paris, I don’t think of the eiffel tower or the mona lisa. I don’t think about the busy … Continue reading

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Paris

Different camera’s and different subjects, but all made in the same city. Kodak Ektar 100 Kodak Ektar 100 Mamiya 645 Mamiya- Sekor C 80mm F/1.9 Kodak Portra 160NC Kodak portra 160NC Nikon F801s Nikkor 50mm F/1.8 Digital Canon eos 50D … Continue reading