On this page, you will find the photos I published here on the blog.
Photography has always been one of my passions. I collect, repair, and sometimes build film cameras.
I started taking photos when I was 8, with the Olympus Pen EES-2 that my mother brought back from a journey in Japan.
I shoot both digital and films. When I use films, my favorite formats are:
35mm, 120 (both in 6×6 and in 6×4.5 formats), 4×5, Instant (Instax Mini, Wide, Square – Polaroid 600, SX70).
Some of the cameras I like most to shoot with are:
- Agfa Isolette II
- Belomo Agat 18K
- KMZ Moskva 5
- Lubitel 166 Universal
- Nikon FM, Nikon FA, Nikon FG 20, Nikon F601, Nikon F70, Nikon F801, Nikon F90X
- Minolta SR-T 101, Minolta XD-7, Minolta X-700, Minolta Dynax 7
- Olympus Pen, Olympus Om-1
- Praktica BX20, Praktica B100, Praktica B200, Praktica BCA
- Rollei 35, Rollei B35, Rolleicord, Rolleiflex
- Yashica FX3
- Super Ikonta B 532/16
- Zenit E, Zenit EM, Zenit 11, Zenit 12, Zenit TTL
- Zenza Bronica SQ-B
I develop and print most of my own films, at home.
You can find my photos also on Youpic.
One of my past projects was the attempt to create a camera with interchangeable film and digital backs. The project is actually on hold, waiting for proper financing.
Aren’t they amazing? I still miss Scotland …
Roof details can be fascinating, too …
A little snowfall seen from our attic
A frozen dawn
How can we not be amazed by natural events and thankful for being able to see them?
Sometimes even a crane, the Moon, and some fog are amazing.
Many sadly chase busy schedules and goals that are not truly theirs. Only when we find our own path and purpose we can live happily, love, and grow.
I love architecture
Enjoy the fresh air of a burning dawn
A sunny sunrise is a great way to start your working day after your morning routine
Sometimes we just need to sit and enjoy the view
A new photography year has started …
Architecture often gives us an unusual perspective…
It was calling me …
In winter sunsets are so late in the morning that it’s almost impossible to miss them.
When it’s freezing outside, I do really appreciate the warmth of a burning fire.
Sometimes what we need is just to change our perspective
Quite often changing your point of view makes things more interesting.