During last Halloween I hit the streets of Hongdae with a friend and we took photos of the wonderfully dressed up people there. I used my Nishika N8000 ( the older and heavier brother of the N9000). It is a heavier camera but so far more dependable and I prefer the forward lever compared to the forward spool of the N9000. I threw on a small lomo flash and I hit the streets.
I really liked this concept too.
Nice Mad Max Warboys costume. (unless I am wrong)
The roll ran out and I still had some Black & White film
The plastic Nishika visit to Hong Kong. It was hot, it was crowded but it is always worth a visit. We managed to stay in Mong Kok this time and it was nice and close to the markets. Like usual these were all taken with Fuji Superia 200.
This guy was pretty cool. He was setting up his ultralight tripod with a film camera in front of all the different soccer players to take a portrait of himself. I wonder what kinda film he uses. He kinda looks like a Kodak gold kinda guy.
For this particular photo I left the frames in. I just wanted a different look. I feel it kinda works even though it is a bit hectic. As you can see the frama a Nishika creates is not as narrow as the photos you see on this page. Cropping is at fault here.
The famous 5 star ferry from TST to Hong Kong island.
Old school advertisements for foot massages with wifi !
The double connected peace sign hand gesture. Must be the latest and coolest rage.
The return of the Nishika and this time with flash.
If you are looking for which type of camera took these images then click here and if you want a tutorial on how to put these GIFs together then click here.
Taken with the usual suspect of the Nishika and some Hema color film. There are some strong magenta tints in the images but I left them like that. Don’t ask my why because I don’t know the answer.
My Nishika in the Netherlands.
The Nishika Countdown in Brussels 2013
Last week I was visiting New York City and this gave me the opportunity to create some cinemagraphs. These were taken all over the city whenever we encountered anything interesting.
Cinemagraphs are really interesting because it makes you look at something differently. I don’t just want a strong static composition, but I have to consider the dynamic element and if it will actually add something to the image. The following are far from perfect but a start to a very interesting experiment.
My Nishika, some fuji superia film, a flash and beer.
The result: 3-D magic.