Father and son

An analog, medium format TLR camera can be a great tool for street photography as Vivian Maier and many others have shown us. This picture is shot with the Yashica Mat 124 G  and Kodak Portra 400 converted to black and white.  Advertisements

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Standing tall

I took this picture a while back with  the Yashica medium format, at the Oostvaardersplassen. You see me standing at a beautiful, serene place in the Dutch polder where the nature is let alone in the sense that it is not being cultivated and nature management is kept minimal. On this picture you see the […]

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Selfie-a mental disorder?

Browsing through some analog medium format pictures today and found this one.  Just recently I read about taking selfies being associated with narcissism and mental disorder. Being a) an avid photographer b) taking the hassle of analog and c) use the internet to fulfill my need for attention sums it all up then 😉    

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On the way up

This picture is taken at the Boymans Museum with the analog Yashica medium format camera.  As you might know, composing with this twin reflex camera is quite demanding as the image in the viewfinder is mirrored. Add to this that I was standing in a public space with the danger of someone walking straight into […]

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And that’s two!

I was thrilled to have my pictures published on one of the biggest photo blog sites: Steve Huff Photo (see this blog post). To have them published for a second time is just plain awesome! Funny fact is that I totally missed Steve’s notice for my pictures on his Facebook page so after I noticed an increase […]

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Looking Down

Shooting with an old medium format film camera enables you to take pictures of children without being creepy. With a Yashica Mat 124 G, you have to look at the top instead of the back of the camera. Truly a whole other experience and very Zen-like. I caught these boys in one of the parks […]

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