When the sun is setting, the city has something ghostly in the emptiness of its streets.
I sadly have forgotten almost everything I’ve studied in Japanese. This year I want to change that, but somehow it seems difficult than ever.
It’s been soooo long since I last edited a photo on Photoshop, it’s been so long since I last took a photo with my digital camera (phone doesn’t count, right?)
It feels strange, really weird actually. Just seeing the colours feels different, like something is off, so I had to turn this photograph into a black and white one.
I’m not sure if I like it or not… it just feels different, distant, flat… maybe it’s the analogue syndrome. I miss the grain.
It was her favourite spot in the house, that little corner with all her memories framed, the white sofa, light entering through the curtains, and that big cozy blanket, always ready to accompany her with a steaming cup of tea.
LC-A + Ilford HP5 Plus
Good coffee, cozy feeling, black and white photography, rainy days, travelling. All in one photograph.
LC-A + Rollei RPX 400
In black and white.
LC-A + Rollei RPX 400 (+bad scanning with my phone)
If you do, you should believe in demons too. Everything has its antithesis.
Zenit 11 + Agfaphoto APX 100