I’ve recently re-stocked our fridge with a fresh batch of my favourite cheap film: Fuji C200. All these photos are taken on it in the last month or so.
Every year, in early December, hundreds of people play on a field near my hometown,
trying to reconstruct the battle of Austerlitz.
I have hundreds of pictures I made in the past few months which are still waiting to be posted. To be honest, I’m not sure they’ll ever make it to this blog. This post shows pictures from my last visit to the Czech republic in April. The photo of me sitting in front of recycling bins was taken by Everett Felson.
This roll happened to run through my camera a few months ago, and stayed unprocessed until a few weeks ago. The only detail I can give you is that the picture of Ewen Spencer wearing my jacket and me wearing his jumper was taken by Sofia Mifsud.
I got a job as a photographer recently. It mainly means taking hundreds of photos per night of people getting drunk and getting closer to each other. To keep my mind on top of things, I’ve started a new blog, where I’ll post the pictures which for some reason stand out from all the rubbish.
A few weeks ago, a series of strange events led me and Alanna to a church, alone, at night.
I couldn’t help but take a few photos.
This roll was exposed in late spring 2012, I forgot about its existence, and now, when the winter is hopefully coming to an end, it appeared, probably to remind me what we can look forward to.
Last night, I attended another Miniclick talk, this time by the mighty street photographer Matt Stuart. It was great fun and I got a lot of inspiration from him in those few hours. In my opinion it’s one of the most difficult photography disciplines. Every so often, I try my luck. This is one of the latest attempts.