Headlines in caps turns me on.
2 shots that somewhat belong to the previous entry.
“Dude, don’t take my picture.”
Because it’s very serious business. Really have to show this Ritin.
Aww… a drunk still life. Cute. Mind the baby ghosting. Cute.
I miss my 28 mm. Oh well, Voigtländer can’t fix it, so I got my money back. Oh well.
Very serious stuff. Ha. German might help understanding. Might.
Polish tourist group. Cute.
Guy sitting on a bench. Guess what? Yes, it’s cute.
If you look closely, you can see a cat. If not, well, then I suppose you have to unleach your artistic soul. First step: get thick bordered glasses. The thicker, the sharper. Simple.
Food is good. Period.
Severin at his best: Bambabam – Schläge muss es geben!
This guy has “contact” with young ladies from eastern Europe.
They do his cute LF prints. And that’s how he gets them. All of them. Irresistable.
Some pushed stuff:
Poor guy, passed out at 10 pm. Aww…
I think this was taken with the 40/1,4 Nocton.
You have to love him. Aww…
Yeah, topics change quickly. This was right before going out. Yes, this young man already had a great time.
“Geh scheißn mit deiner Kamera!”
At the part. Seems like he already had enough of ;wackel.
Same again. She could actually barely speak. Suppose, she was beyond ;wackel.
Good thing our ways seperated at this point… His hangover was massive.
Anyway, Neopan1600 (That’s right Billy, I’m back and I want you!)
I found a souldier. Or the soul box. Or the soul man. That dude has soul. I’m sorry.
All those little details. Cute.
Sister and friend.
At some bar. They played Austropop – if you are not familiar with that term, consider yourself a lucky bastard.
Bier freud den Linus. My puns are strong.
Boring. I’m boring.
I liked that scene. Also, shooting iso1600 film in daylight is avantgarde.
So is overexposing.
I wanted to do some very serious portraits. Ended up doing the classic Wolfenstein.
Shot with my trust Nikon D70 and 50/1,8, reflector (important!) was Mr. White Wall, ISO1600.
You all had a wonderful week so far? Yes? Great.