Phones… yet again!

OK, I guess you think 'there he goes again about those darn phones'. And guess what? You're right! There I go again, but this time it's nothing to do with the worth or unworth of the phone cameras. This time I feel I have to rant a bit about those things. As much as I... Continue Reading →


I have to admit that, though I love film, I also use digital for pure convenience. But not a digital camera as such. I rely on my iPhone just because it lives in my pocket all of the time. I don't like making photographs with it, really not! I have to hold it at arm's... Continue Reading →

I’ll be on TV….

As I said in this post back in September of last year, I accepted an invitation to a TV show featuring 12 budding photographers here in Luxembourg. The whole thing is a 'shootout' with one leaving the contest each week... reality style.Now it's official and the series will start airing on January 28th and I... Continue Reading →

The old Farm

What is more rewarding to photograph than old farm equipment (well, apart from train stations, airports, streets....... yadda yadda yadda). The magnificent, weathered textures play nice with the old lens. Imperfections upon imperfections. Combine this with nice grainy HP5 and you're in heaven. Most of this equipment still serves, of course, but is now in... Continue Reading →


Didn't you like to play with model trains when you were young? Well I did, a long time ago and though I never took a train those last.... many years. Trains and train stations still hold the same fascination.The 504 of six to one..... These are from my latest roll of HP5 taken with my Leica... Continue Reading →

THIS IS NEWS!!!!!!!!

Kodak Ektachrome slide film will be back! Other than a return of Kodachrome (I can dream, no?), this is the best news of the last years. Kodak is finally waking up and rearing it's head again. Let Fuji kill off it's fine films one by one to sell more Instax stuff and get on the... Continue Reading →


Long ago, it must be. I have a photograph. Preserve your memories, they’re all that’s left you! Simon and Garfunkel - Bookends This is a picture of my great-grandmother, taken by my grandfather around 1960, just a few years before I was born. The pictures in this post are obviously not my own but still... Continue Reading →

Angry with Olympus…

Oh Olympus what have you done? One of these days on the streets: "Oh, is that the new Pen F?" I carried my Leica IIIa with a big hulking external viewfinder on top.....

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