Color Intermezzo


A few test shots from my newly acquired Olympus XA.  And also a couple of frames from the Rolleiflex which I neglected too much this year. 



The first frame, DM Paradies 400


Love how small and inconspicuous the XA is


And quite sharp for such a little lens



Tried out the flash, not too fond of the results, this turned out alright


Ektar 100 from here


At Agora Collective



Taken by Max


 Görlitzer Park, Reala 100





Met these two from Singapore at the canal





Kotti romance


An empty school yard, it felt calm and serene on a sunday afternoon


Edu in action


Empty Prater Biergarten, Portra 400 from here




At c/o Berlin


A couple I asked for a portrait



Max and his beloved Hassi


The spot where Jonny K. was beaten to death





She asked for a portrait with her camera. After that I took one with mine.


Chasing the last sunrays



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14 responses to “Color Intermezzo

  1. klasse! vor allem die rolleiflex-bilder!

    • Haha, yes that one is from a local clothing brand ^^. I only scanned the 35mm frames and the first 3 photos of the Rolleiflex shots myself, you can see that the colors are a bit all over the place. Didn’t have the nerves to do more, so sent the rest to the lab. I really don’t know how to scan color correctly and don’t want to spend hours with PS…

  2. Again you intrigue me with your vision of your world…. don’t stop!!!!

  3. i really love the ‘Met these two from Singapore at the canal’ thanks to the lovely light. Also the sharpness of the image alongwith the details in the black coat of the lady on the right hand side are superb.
    The portrait of the lady sitting cross-legged is also well composed. Love the multi-hued backdrop against the black outfit of the lady. The highlights on her face dont look blown out. Aah the dynamic range of film!
    Finally the last image = mindblowing!
    Always a pleasure to stop by your blog:)

  4. Hey, those are brilliant pics. Especially the school-yard and the last-sunrays ones. Love the colours on all of them but have a question about B/W film: any tips on a good B/W one for a Rolleiflex? Got the camera but am a newbie in the analog world and appreciate any help from the people in the know:)
    Keep them coming:)

    • Thanks and congrats on the Rolleiflex, it’s an amazing camera. Try Tri-X or if you’d like something slower Fuji Acros 100, Foto Impex stocks both. Let me know if you have any more questions! Cheers, K

  5. Some really lovely images. I enjoyed them a lot.

  6. I like so much your photos! They have a kinda of special luminosity!

  7. wardvanmoeseke


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