Archive for May, 2015

DSC_3703 smallTime Warping Retro view of the docks, Perama D3200 and Nikon 55-200mm VR

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The last breath of winter, Last snows on mountain top,

View from Salamina 2015_04_10

DSC_3715 smallSpring Snow, View From Salamina D3200 and Nikon 55-200mm VR

DSC_3859 smallDancing with a sunbeam.



Sam Cornwell  writes a post about why some photographers still choose film over digital.She writes “‘….This year will mark forty years since the invention of the first functioning digital camera, and despite it being a measly 0.01 megapixels, it heralded a new age of digital photography and with it came a death cry for film.Prompted by this incredibly dull article published recently by the BBC, I decided to ask some fellow photographers what reasons they had for still shooting the so-called “outdated” technology. Here’s the list of what they told me….” 

Read the Article: 12 Reasons Photographers Still Choose to Shoot Film over Digital


Chris Gambat writes about the film manufactures today “….Film–the mention of it either makes photographers gawk at it due to antiquation or makes them become stirred with butterflies in the stomach. The use of film has declined steadily as the digital age has progressed, and with that many films have been discontinued due to a decrease in sales. Instead, many tend to look to Instagram and other programs for filters that give digital images the look of film.

With the world moving deeper and deeper into the digital realm, we asked film manufacturers how the industry has changed in the past five years ….”

Tiffany Mueller  Writes about an amazing film photo project that blew my mind “.. Like all great art, it all starts with an idea. Then comes the task of turning that idea into a tangible piece of art. For Thomas Kellner, that means research. A lot of research. Starting with finding the perfect building then working out all the details. Things like determining the time of day in which the lighting is perfect and which perspective best illustrates the story, the idea. He starts by drawing a sketch of the composition he’s envisioning. Next, he begins the story-boarding process, mapping out each and every movement his camera will make on his tripod. There’s no room for error….”
I'll be waiting at the usual place

1st Of May today and I took a walk to Eantio beach, I walked down the beach and took a few shots of The Agioi Anargyroi Church and Amochostos Square with the monument for the battle of Salamina.

More photos In my Flickr album.

I recently developed a roll that I had shot with my F75 that I had bought for a steal price of 16 euros. I had shot this film in two locations that had written in two separate posts.At the Old Train Station of Megara and at Faliron. In both posts I had photos taken with my D3200. In this roll I had similar shots on film to the ones I took with my DSLR.

The Old Steam Locomotive, Megara Old Train Station

D3200 Megara Old Train Station

F55 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

D3200 Megara Old Train Station

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100


F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

Urban Decay, Crisis Aftermath |Faliro, NAI Cafe and Olympico

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

F75 "Cherry Tree" Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

Here the same shot with D3200

D3200Urban Decay, Crisis Aftermath

another one with F75 and ProImage.

F75 Nikon F75 Kodak ProImage 100

In my eyes the film can still stand next to digital at least to my taste,It adds character that I most times add in post proccessing in my digital photos. Also with film you are most likely going to make prints and thats a nice thing that sometimes we forget with the digital photos.

More photos in my Flickr album