Shot on top of Gaisberg while a bunch of paragliders where starting and landing right next to us.
A cow trying to get rid of flies. I think the motion blur works rather well here. Though I have to admit I was a bit lucky with that since the shutter speed was more dictated by the amount of available light than my foresight of motion blur.
So here is a lucky accident. This is a frame from a roll of E6 that I processed myself. Somehow I managed to mess up the roll (probably the chemicals where just overused and too cold) in a way where everything that should be black is this brown/red color. It works rather well with this particular image, but also surprisingly well with the rest of the roll. It took me a while to scan it though because after seeing it the first time I was kinda disappointed.
Hehre is the first image of my reflections series. These are architectural photographs, all shot in way where the main subect is reflected in some human made surface. Expect to see more in this line of work in the upcoming weeks!
Here is a recent shot I took in Vienna. It's on a roll of fairly overexposed Lomochrome Purple (I did not meter correctly). I still adore the otherworldly colors the film gives at what I would guess is EI 50.
Something digital for a change of pace. I used my full spectrum converted Pen with the blue Tiffen filter #47. The filter lets through blue light and infrared light but blocks everything in between which gives an interesting look. White balance was set to the foliage, not much else done in post processing.
More Technical Pan! This time I exposed it at EI 64 and developed it in Microphen stock (1+0) for 8 minutes. Way more contrast and some glow (though this might be the cameras fault).
A picture about a week ago behind (or more on top of) the Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof. I must say the Olympus 35 ED is a cute 70s rangefinder camera.