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February 27, 2020
I love heat. I'm never more happy than when temperature is 100. I love the sun, the sensation of heat on my skin. Maybe I should live permanently in a place like Death Valley. It's pretty boring from a photographer point of view, but at least climate is just right for me.
Into my darkness
March 06, 2021
From the book "Into my darkness".
Emulating the Tri-X
February 17, 2020
The T-max 3200 was one of my favorite film, but the TRi-X 400 always was my absolute favorite: I could shoot it from 400 to 3200 (and sometimes more) and always loved the rendering and grain quality.
Lost in a cursed forest
February 11, 2020
My old forest is not only golden. It is also cursed. New emotions and feelings just a couple feet away from the golden spots. Same place, different visions.
A walk among the tombstones in color
November 07, 2021
An abandonned old cemetery in the moutain. Autumn colors.
A foggy park in infrared
December 14, 2021
Fog, cold, bad light... There are good chances I will be alone in the park. I like that. Infrared might seem to be the best choice with this kind of light.
Colors of a ghost town
June 14, 2020
It is hard for me to imagine people are actually living here. All I see is a desolated dirty hell hole. I don't see people, I don't see traffic, I don't even see a fucking stray cat or a bird. There is silence, there is no life, there are rotten derelict things.It is a ghost town.
Lost in a golden forest
February 11, 2020
I am less and less interested in reality. My photos are less and less meant to depict that reality. I want, I need, my photos to depict what I see, what I feel, and that is not what is commonly accepted as reality. This old golden forest may not be old, or golden, or even a forest. And that doesn't matter.
Iphone Xs in the Grand canyon
October 08, 2023
Phone can't take good pictures. Or can they?
Morning walk in a quiet world of trees
March 14, 2022
In a world on the verge of collapse, I took the Nikon D2Xs, the Tokina 10-24 and a graduated filter for a walk.