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  1. Large format 8x10

    18 Jul 2020

    Writing of this post will be stretched in time - a form of a short diary.  I am starting on Saturday morning on the 11th of July, and I can’t wait until the next week to tell you what I feel today… And I am amazed. My visual perception of…


  2. New toy…

    24 Apr 2020

    A few weeks ago I got a bag full of 35 mm films from a friend of mine (thank you, Aga). I knew I would have to go back to this format. It was only a matter of time. The only question is, for how long this time?  In my…


  3. My cameras - Part I - 35mm

    06 Mar 2020

    INTRODUCTION  Most of us photographers experienced GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) at some stage, an incurable (sometimes) ‘disease’. It is even more dangerous in case of those working with analogue equipment. Variety of cameras, formats, matching optics. It’s insane and very often attracts one’s attention, especially at the beginning of the…


  4. Short break

    07 Feb 2020

    In a post last week I wrote about my fast changing neighbourhood. However, this does not apply to the entire area. There are still places here that are slightly different.  Like this across the street. Several lanes with picturesque red brick terrace houses built in 1890–1910 for dockers.  Many of…


  5. Towers (return)

    31 Jan 2020

    In below post I am presenting more visual content based on material recorded a few years ago, photographs I already published on my social media channels but not in the form of the entirety My neighbourhood, Docklands area is constantly changing. It’s like a pot of bubbling boiling soup. Now…


  6. Lensless photography

    25 Jan 2020

    A lens-camera is a great, usually very precise creative tool that helps you express yourself visually. Pinhole camera however it’s a completely different story.  Here you have to rely on your intuition. Except for obvious pre-visualisation in case of emulsion-based materials and analogue photography, you have to 'guess' the scene/frame…


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