ANALOGUE: Fomopan 400 Action

Last week, during one of the snow storms we had I took the FM2 out loaded with the Fomopan for a quick walk around the city and later into Łazienki Park.

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Everyone starts somewhere.

It was a slow process, that first year and I felt like I was not shooting for me yet and the images that I was producing still lacked what I desired to show. This frustrated me and started to gnaw at me. I was searching for more but didn’t know how to find it or where to look. I needed a story that could compel me to look deeper.

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The Legend of Bigfoot Coffee Shop.

We opened on the last week of August 2012 and from day one, it became a meeting place where our guests soon became friends, many of whom remain close and dear to us today.

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“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” ― John Steinbeck

Here are a few images from yesterdays walk through Warsaw in the snow. Next stop, Seattle where a much different type of winter waits. And when I return to Poland, the winter that I have grown to love will still be waiting.

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ANALOGUE Kodak Gold 200

Loving the grain with this roll! I wasn’t sure what to expect for the Kodak Gold, but I am very pleased with the outcome…especially on the bright sunny days. The first part of the roll I shot after finishing a roll of T-Max 100 is on the Baltic Sea in a little city called Ustka.…

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Reflecting on Reflections

Just a simple puddle that I pass can offer a different way of seeing the world surrounding me and makes it feel vibrant, mysterious and a little more interesting.

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Street Spirit

Even though the streets never change, the element that makes them bristle with life does.

This is what keeps me coming back to this never-ending cinema; what keeps me looking for new scenes to unfold on the stage.

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Personal Cinema; Ghostly

I will freely admit that I am deeply inspired of a deep love for Horror, Thriller, Mystery and the Fantastique both in fiction literature and in cinema. From my earliest years I was infatuated with monsters and creatures of the imagination. I would sneak out any chance I could get to catch the Late Night Movie or watch my favorite reporter Karl Kolchak unravel the latest monster mystery that would charge my imagination. I fell in love with writings of Lovecraft , Poe, Matheson, Bradbury, Stoker and from there finding a love for the writing of Stephen King, reading everything that I could get my hands on late into the night with rapt attention to every detail.

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Personal Cinema; Crossings

My first winter in Poznan was a lesson in perseverance and dedication for me and my daily adventures of running a coffee shop in extreme cold and using my camera in ways that it would survive often keeping it inside my jacket and bringing it out for a quick snap.

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Personal Cinema; Drift

One of the images that is directly linked with my image “This Morning” is this one. This was actually an accident if you can believe it.

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