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Fingerprints, grain and dust

The Ilford Delta 3200 film is giving a whole new meaning to ‘a grainy photo’. The film expired in 2006 and I’m not sure how to value it. I personally like a bit of grain in my photos. I’m not … Continue reading

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The last train

It doesn’t happen very often that I enter an completely empty train. Apparently the last train leaving Enschede isn’t very popular.. Fuji pro 400H Fuji pro 400H Mamiya 645 Mamiya- Sekor c 80mm F/2.8 The Fuji pro 400H is awesome … Continue reading

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Hidden between the books

Hidden between the books is a small treasure; my collection of bottles. Some are empty and some are full. Some are old and some are recent. The most recent is the Macallan, which was a Christmas gift. The oldest (I … Continue reading

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10 years old

Nikon f801s The last time I used this camera was back in December 2011. I wanted to see if the batteries were still good. So I put a few test rolls trough it.. Seems like the batteries were still fine. … Continue reading

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Goodmorning

No special uploads/ photos for today, just two simple photos of a mug filled with coffee. I haven’t had much time for photography lately, so the amount of stuff suitable for the web is slowly decreasing. I need to go … Continue reading

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Film, dust, grain and scratches

I collected quite a few “film, dust, grain and scratches” shots, but I never put them together. Luckily my website is perfect for putting things together and displaying those things as a whole. The subjects of this collection are really … Continue reading

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Schiphol at night

Schiphol airport is an interesting and busy place. It’s always packed with people, which isn’t strange since they handle more than 40 million passenger each year. Schiphol is open 24/7.. All though, after 24:00 the place isn’t so crowded.. Arriving … Continue reading