New Year, New Baby

Leica M6 with 35mm Voigtlaender Nokton 1.4.  Tri-X either at boxspeed, or pushed to 800 or 1600. Developed in Xtol 1:1.

Scanned with Canoscan 8800 and Vuescan.


Shooting wide open at 1.4 at Neues Museum


Looking at the solar system


Geometrical lines in the museum made for some nice shots



My sister


Looking at cell phones


Katja at Barini


Sony Center



Madame Zucker


At Ana & Paulo’s


Klötze & Schinken








Checking the Diana Mini




Early sunday morning on Hermannstr



Sandra talking about trees










Kjartan with Benoite’s glasses




Kjartan and Ingvi

Camera filters


Rangefinder love






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32 responses to “New Year, New Baby

  1. I’ve been following for awhile, but I love the intimacy of these shots. Congratulations on the (new?) Leica.

  2. A brilliant set of photos. I especially like the museum shots. The stairs, like the angles, with figures to beak up the lines. Great stuff.


  3. Beutiful rangefinder shots

  4. They are all amazing, Klara. But Kudamm & the last frame are just straight to the heart. And it’s the heart that matters always. The intimacy is overwhelming, the blacks & whites so tremendous & your compositions so one of a kind. Mindblowing!

    All the best & safe travels. Fritsch.

    • Oh hey, great to see you around here Fritsch! Thanks so much for sharing, I’ve been following your blog ever since Jerome showed it to me, never got to comment, will change that. 🙂

  5. love your shots! especially the ones at the museum. my favorites are the first and third photos. thanks for sharing!

  6. Reblogged this on Kiara Lane and commented:
    way cool I love these photos

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  8. love the one with the blond kid drawing!

  9. that third shot is uber-cool!

  10. Hasi

    Vuescan! und mein Krüppelfinger!

  11. i love how so many of your shots are framed by windows. adds such a wonderful level of depth.

  12. wonderful pictures, love your blog

  13. April

    Beautiful. Thank you.

  14. some amazing images here. and good choice with the M6! I love mine to death:)

  15. dhanya

    awesome………i am loving it !

  16. Nearly forgot about this one here, really like the different approach you have here. I think I recognize an Argus rangefinder, my friend had one of those 🙂
    And a lovely portrait of your sister, cheers

    • Hey J, great to see you here. Yeah, I’m putting more personal stuff here and also all the “outtakes”. 🙂 You’re right, it was an Argus rangefinder from a friend’s father who was a photographer, we found some amazing cameras, will get them cleaned and try them one by one.

      My sister always yells at me for putting photos of her online, but I can’t resist. Thanks man, always nice to see your comments. Cheers, K.

  17. Reblogged this on Photobach's Blog and commented:
    J’aime bien tes photos ainsi que les ambiances qu’elles dégagent.
    Continu comme ça

  18. How are you liking the M6? I thought you have had that longer…

    • Hi Trevor, I love the M6, it’s not completely new to me, I used to shoot an M6 years ago, back then I decided that I want to shoot with an AF, so I went for an SLR. I’m happy that I have one now and that it feels like it’s the only camera I’ll ever need. 🙂

  19. i got the same setup myself and im more than happy with it. Keep on your good work!

  20. msxenia

    Lovely! I like your view, shooting with different analog cameras make a totally special feeling… very nice.. greetz 🙂

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