Seoul Garosu-gil


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Sincheon Nightlife

CineStill 800T film is a Kodak motion picture film made available to still photographers. This tungsten balanced film is typically not used in daylight situations unless using a color correction filter. A recent stroll through the Sincheon nightlife scene in Seoul was a good opportunity to test it out as I was curious how the pictures would turn out. I put a roll into my M3 and shot it through a Zeiss Sonnar 50 1.5 lens.

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Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is a Korean traditional village in the middle of Seoul, displaying a couple of hundreds years old environment.

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The Cotswolds

Just 2 hours drive from London to the west is an area that is difficult to describe in words. While a picture is worth a thousand words, they still don't come close to the real-life experience when driving through wonderful Cotswolds.

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With the Leica M3 into the DMZ

I keep exploring the option of cross-processing film. A recent trip to the DMZ was a good opportunity to try out the Agfaphoto CT100 film.

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Songdo Central Park

The Songdo Central Park in Incheon is inspired by the Central Park in New York City. So it's no surprise that it comes with a small lake.

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Oahu Memories

Hawaii is a bit of a travel from almost every part of the world, and Seoul is the closest I have ever been. If that doesn't justify a trip to the Aloha State, what does?

Hawaii, Oahu, Honolulu, Diamond Head, Waikiki, Waikiki Beach
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Australia on Velvia

I have never shot slide film before. With Kodak not playing this game anymore, Fujifilm Velvia 50 was my slide film choice for our trip to Australia.

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Australia on Rollei Crossbird

Since I acquired a film camera earlier this year, I wanted to try cross-processing. So our trip to Australia was the perfect opportunity to put Rollei Crossbird into the Mamiya 6 and see what happens.

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Delhi Security Guards

It has been more than 6 months since I left Delhi, India. Time enough to conclude my “Security Guards” project and make a final decision on the photos to show in my gallery.

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Korea's China Town

There is only one official China Town in Korea. It's located in the town of Incheon, near the subway station, taking an hour give or take from Seoul.

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The streets of London

This year's summer vacation led us to London. Reason enough to always carry a camera and looking for interesting situations.

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Jamie's Italian Leeds

Recently we have enjoyed great Italian food at Jamie's Italian in Leeds. Of course, I took the opportunity to make a few pictures of the buzz.

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Kanwar Yatra 2013

It's this time of the year again where thousands of pilgrims pass Delhi. They have visited Hindu pilgrimage places in Uttarakhand to fetch holy waters of Ganges River, which is later offered at their local Shiva temples. Tents have been installed temporarily along the road where the pilgrims can rest, wash, eat and sleep.

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The Dubai Fish Market

Any kind of market is always a happening place and a great venue for street photography. And the Dubai Fish Market is no different.

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Bye Bye Exhibition at C/O Berlin

I am really excited. Three of my photos made it on the walls of C/O Berlin, one of Europe’s finest photography museums.

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The best camera - Reloaded

It has been a while since I shared some photos taken with my iPhone. So, let's see what results I got with the best camera (read: the camera I have always with me).

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My 2012 Review

With 2012 coming to an end, many people are reviewing their achievements. So much happened during this year that I thought it's worth to stop for a moment and remember my personal photographic highlights.

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DisConnected?

For the last decade, latest with the arrival of "smart" phones, you can observe a permanent availability and use of phones. While walking or working, while in the lift or in the train, your phone is your best buddy.

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The streets of Tokyo

Tokyo has been on my list for a long time and now I got the chance to visit this amazing city.

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Food court open-air

Every morning I am passing this food court beside the gate of the office complex where I work. This time I was wearing a camera.

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Non-veg at INA market

The meat and seafood section at INA market is second to none in Delhi. Back at the end of a narrow lane, the butchers do their work right infront of you.

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Khan Market through vintage glass

I was curious to see how one of the most expensive retail high street in the world looks through vintage glass, a Leica Summicron 50-II (rigid) from 1968.

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The Streets of Paris

I recently went to Paris for a week vacation with my lovely wife. Of course I took this chance for capturing the life on the streets of Paris.

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Delhi markets in color

Color and Delhi (or India in general) belong together like the A and B side of a vinyl record. After last week's b/w post, see my captured moments from Delhi markets in color.

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Delhi markets in black and white

"Always wear a camera" has been one of the key-take-ways from a workshop held by Thorsten Overgaard.  Following this simple practice has allowed me to capture the vibrant life going on in the markets and the streets around it.

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Beijing Reloaded

Beijing visitors are supposed to do three things: Visit the Great Wall, eat Beijing Duck and buy at Silk Market. Done, done and done.

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Beijing behind walls

Beijing is a fascinating city. The growth is visible everywhere. Everywhere? Well, between the five star hotels and designer malls, hidden behind walls, there is another Beijing. Less glamorous, but not less friendly and lively.

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Naga tribes in Northeast India

India, known to most people as the sub-continent with 1.2 billion people. But have you heard of the seven sisters states in the eastern-most region of India? One of them: Nagaland.

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What is the best camera?

Everybody has probably asked that before. And this question can lead to some endless discussion. But the answer is quite simple.

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A stroll through Chandni Chowk

It has been more than 3 years that I have been to Chandni Chowk and I thought: Why not give it a shot again? Literally.

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Something from Kiev

I have been to Kiev twice during the last two years. It is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine. Founded in the late 9th century which makes it one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe.

This old lady was selling raspberries in downtown.

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My new website is live

Finally my new website is on, showing some of my favorite photographs from previous trips around the world. 

I will be posting a quick comment here whenever I add new photographs.

 

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