Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Films from Koyto

Here is the first roll of film from my recent (still going on) trip to japan. This one was mostly from Kyoto. My girlfriend Kinga came to visit me while I was in Japan so I thought I would show her a bit of Kyoto as well. 

Hata was nice enough to come with us on his only day off. 

More rolls soon. 

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Kinga In Black And Red

A few more from Hamburg. 
Some directly from the camera and some that went through the VSC presets in Lightroom.
I give you:
The lovely Kinga 

Sun And Rain In Hamburg

On my recent trip to Hamburg, My friend James was kind enough to give me a few quick Lightroom tricks and a few presets to play with. Here is some photos from the trip. Hangs with Kinga. Coffee with Sascha and Anki. Dinner and cake with Sarah and James. Sunshine and rain. Good times!

If you have read this blog before you know that I always have hard time with over processing my photos. I prefer the photo to be made in the camera and not on the computer. I do however like the effects that some of these presets offers. All based on the characteristics of different types of films and that makes them a bit more fun for me. Here I just played around with different types of similar presets but there is a few none edited ones in there too. 
Hope you like them.

Kinga and i took cover from the rain in an old photo mat from the 70's. When the pictures were done it stopped raining. 

Anki is making cakes for their local coffee pusher, located across from her husband, Sascha's shop. Very convenient.
Super tasty cakes and good coffee and cool place.




Saturday, August 16, 2014

Red And Blue

Here is a mother batch from my trip to New York. 
As you might have guessed the theme here is red and blue... I felt it was fitting... being in America and all. Hope you like them!

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Adam And Signs Of New York

Here is the next post from my recent trip to the US of A and the great city of New York. New York is the right size of apple for me. I love big cities so this felt just right to me. I can't wait to take a new bite of the big apple.

This handsome man pictured in this post was my host and a guy that I consider a really really good friend and a very wise man. Like a Texan Buddha. On top of that he is a great tattooer and artist. It was an honour and a pleasure to work with him and his crew at Red Rocket Tattoo. I miss those guys and gals! Thank you Adam!!

If you head over to my tattoo blog there will be a few of the tattoos that i got to do while working at Red Rocket tattoo.

There is still a few more pictures to post from my trip so check back soon. 
I hope you like them so far.