As indicated in a previous post (The Status of the Digital), I have been taking a number of trips to the beach over the last year.
The vacation destination for this year: Sankt Anton am Arlberg in Tyrol (Austria). One week of mountain air and lots of going up and down instead of the usual flat hikes.
The heather in bloom, it is a lovely sight to behold. There is a nature reserve about a mile from home called Tenhaagdoornheide.
After the update about the analog experiment in the previous post, I figured it would be a good idea to follow that up with an update on the digital side of things.
And then more then a year had gone past… It has taken a while to figure out how and when analog photography would be able to fit in.
You know that building, the one just after the last lights on your drive to work? It’s not a conventional building,
The Japanese garden in Hasselt (Belgium) is one of those places which looks like it is a great place to take some pictures in the evening
Being one of the many people with a desk job, I can confirm firsthand that it’s a good idea to go for a walk during your lunch break.
As indicated in a previous post, I recently started experimenting with an analog film camera.
These are my dad’s camera lenses. That is my dad’s camera.