Autumn shoots with the Yashica (Part 1)

To follow up the previous post where the focus was on the retro stylish look of the Yashica TL Super, here are some of the shoots out the roll which was in the very same camera. All of these photos have been taken during our last visit to…

Paul, Dan and Miran

At the beginning of this year I have given away a few lenses and cameras. Among others Paul and Dan received a camera. Miran on the other hand got a 135mm lens and all three of them sent me a self portrait taken with their “new”…

Bring your giant medium format camera to work

A photographer is never really putting down his camera, no matter what crazy thing she or he is doing for living or filling the days with. Since we are not living in an ideal world, most of us has to face with limitation of time…

Portraits at Limoncello

Limoncello Delicatesse is a small Italian shop downtown Szentendre (Hungary) named after a lemon flavored liqueur for some reason. They sell  really good coffee, ice-cream and a wide sort of premium Italian grocery. I visit the place quite frequently because of the truly remarkable coffee they make which is quite…

Portraits round 2

My last post about portraits (Portraits round 1) featured black and white photographs. Black and white often helps simplify things by skipping the colors and thus resulting a cleaner image focused more on geometry, composition and effects of light and shadows. Many times this monochromatic…

Portraits round 1

Portraiture Portraiture is a very exciting branch of photography probably because of it’s subject. It is indeed a very ancient and natural thing to depict our fellowman. Therefore enormous amount of portraits has been created over the history and especially nowadays. Most likely this is…