Leica M6, 35mm Voigtlaender Nokton 1.4.
Tri-X at boxspeed and 800, developed in Xtol 1:1 as usual. Also some color this time, Portra 160 NC.
Scanned with Plustek 7400 and Silverfast.
At Ferropolis, a former coal mining compound, about an 1 hour drive from Berlin.
We landed in the middle of a snowstorm.
No one else was there, we had this huge playground for ourselves.
The lake at the compound
The machines looked like a mix from Transformers/Alien
Sandra on a machine
Accidental double exposure: Ferropolis + Wittenbergplatz. I have to stop reloading film.
Creeping back to Berlin, 30 km/h on the highway.
Beautiful place to shoot color
Some of the machines looked as if they were to start walking any second
Sandra and the bucket wheel excavator
Getting wet feet
Back in Berlin
Anxious faces at the ticketing line of the film festival
Studying the festival program
Not Shibuya crossing
There’s always some kind of demonstration going on in Berlin
In Goerlitz, a small town in East Germany
No one was on the streets, except for some Asian tourists
One of the coldest day of the year
The streets were deserted
Back in Berlin, a much needed sunny day
Ladder meeting at the film festival
Window dressing in Mitte
On the runway at Tempelhof park
It is a great place for photo shoots
Messed up the only frame I took of Yvonne when she was here. Something went wrong with the chems.