August 3, 2022

Observations – Paris 2022

Below are some observations of interesting light and subjects seen during my trip to Paris in July 2022.

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July 31, 2022

Tour de France 2022 – Stage 21

I was lucky enough to watch stage 21 of the 2022 Tour de France for Stage 21 live in Paris. It was an amazing experience. To celebrate Jonas Vingegaard's win, hundreds of danish fans flocked to the french capital and flooded the Champs-Élysées after the race had ended. Below are some impressions from the last part of the race.

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July 18, 2022

Lenzerheide Cross Country World Cup 2022

On July 10th, 2022, the UCI Cross Country World Cup took place in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. This year, I limited myself to shooting everything on an affordable, 27mm f/2.8 (40mm equivalent) pancake lens, on my Fujifilm x-t4. I think this lens strikes a great balance between a wide angle and a somewhat more "portrait-y" lens and it is hella portable. Below are some photos of the two main races!

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September 19, 2018

Film Archives – June 2018 — Grit and Grain

I just developed a few more rolls of film, one of them being a beautiful roll of Cinestill 800 T (which I think looks absolutely amazing, even though it is suuuuuuper grainy pushed 2 Stops)! These first images were all shot on my Leica M6, which I am following in love with more and more with each time I use it. It's just the perfect camera to travel with and to take out to the streets. It's discreet but powerful, simple but trusty!

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May 15, 2018

Film Archives – February – April 2018 Part 2 — Zurich, London and Geneva

Here is part two of the photos shot between February and April on the Leica M6. This time it's two different films - Portra 400 rated at 400 and 800 ASA and Cinestill 800t rated at 3200 ASA. Read more

May 7, 2018

Film Archives — February-April 2018 — Leica M6 — Zurich and Lugano

I finally got around to scanning quite a few rolls of film I shot between February and April. These photos were all taken on my Leica M6 with 50mm Summicron using Kodak's Portra 400 film rated at 400, 800 or 1600. I bought this camera in Milan in a store called "New old camera" at the end of January. These are the first rolls of film I shot on this specific camera.

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