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Analog baby! Agfa Click 1 pt.3 - #analog #120mm #shootfilm #believeinfilm #filmisnotdead [Jan. 14th, 2016|02:07 pm]
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Aachener Dom

Camera: Agfa Click 1
Lomography color negative 400 (120mm)
Kodak Ektar 100 (120mm)

Last roll of the hated Lomo film. Seriously, I'm never buying that crap again.
Aachen, Germany

This building is mostly a bookstore.

Mayerliche bookstore

The Aachener Dom (cathedral).

View on the Aachener Dom

Aachener Dom

Aachener Dom

Aachener Dom

Aachener Dom: double exposure

And a double exposure shot, because I like messing around with double exposure

Christmas market, I made a post about that here, for those that are interested.

Aachener Dom and the Christmas market

Aachen Christmas market

Christmas market and architecture

the inflatable gingerbread man thing

And a completely random photo of Bert. He didn't notice me taking the picture, but that family clearly did. Sorry random people, I was honestly just trying to shoot my husband :)


Photos with Kodak Ektar film.
I must say I like Ektar a lot better than Portra, which in my opinion, is totally overhyped. I suppose Portra has the higher ISO going for it, but it's not something I would choose to shoot with ever again if I have other options.
So far for my medium format cameras I prefer Kodak Ektar 100 for colour and Kodak T-MAX 100 for back and white.

My sister in law's awesome vintage style totally meritted a photo.

Eva's cool vintage style

30.12.2015 - Kloosterstraat, Antwerp, Belgium.

building in Antwerp

wreath made out of branches and teacups :)

I loved this wreath made out of branches, tea cups and little plates!


If I had room for a robot like that, I would have bought one ages ago! Seeing I don't have the space for it, I take pictures of it :)

30.12.2015 - Grote markt, Antwerp, Belgium

Grote Markt - Antwerp, Belgium

Brabo fountain and city hall.

30.12.2015 - double exposure in the stadsfeestzaal.
When it's not optimal light, it's best to shoot black and white with the Click and the Isola, and yet this photo came out a LOT better than the one I took with the same camera with a Lomo film on a brighter day in the same location. Which says enough about Lomo film really.

Double exposure at the Stadsfeestzaal

30.12.2015 - badly framed shot of random buildings in Antwerp.
Clearly I'm not very good with long distance photography with a medium format camera, oh well :)


And a totally random photo of Bert and Loa, I don't remember when that one was taken, but I'm pretty sure it was late December.

Bert walking Loa

2.1.2016 - analog of the day

Daily analog: 2.1.2016 (day 2)

More photos taken with the Agfa Click 1.
More photos taken with non-Lomography analog cameras.

[User Picture]From: countlibras
2016-01-15 04:28 pm (UTC)
oh, I really like that first photo even though it's the Lomo film.

The Ektar is definitely tons better than the Lomo overall. I love how the stadsfeestzaal came out.
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[User Picture]From: kittensandsteam
2016-01-15 05:46 pm (UTC)
Next time I'm in Aachen I'm redoing that photo with Ektar film :)
Ektar may be twice as expensive per roll but I think it's definitely worth it.
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