Sorry the photography photoroobit blog has migrated to its own domain and is now at www.photoroobit.com
Well, this blog has been dormant for a while and its’ resurrection is unlikely. The reason why is because I am interested in different aspects of photography, from collecting photographic formulas (anyone can hop on board with that endeavor) to taking digital snapshots of people of things, from archaic photo processes to traditional analog dark room stuff.
Having all this in one place is too much. So I am launching a few separate blogs, which I hope won’t go dormant any time soon.
The first one is my digital photo stream, yes amazingly enough I secured the domain – digitalphotostream.com (if anyone wants to join me there are create a communal digital photo stream, I’d be more than happy to change the profile or to redesign the site or even make a site independent from the wordpress platform.
So here is the first post.
The WordPress.com seems to be perpetually down. I cannot access my own blog and I cannot post anything through the normal interface. So I apologize if I missed any comments,
The blog was dormant but now it is apparently semi-dead. Unlike perhaps. I was not writing in it for a while and when I got back to reviving it I realized that I cannot get to the damned thing.
Something is happening with the WordPress, Any idea what?
Tallinn and Svema FN62 film, taken with an old French Semflex
If you don’t live in France you can get the great Semflex TLR occasionally through different auction sites, for US public the prime specimen of this would be Ebay. Search Ebay France (ebay.fr) as well.
You can Soviet film from storage at the lowcostfilm.com
camera Semflex and expired HP5+ film
For exotic and cheap 35mm film try lowcostfilm.com
or may be not?
I have no idea why is there this odd building, a house consisting of just walls and a door and windows, complete with glass, but with nothing inside and no roof in an otherwise very neat, well-kept and beautiful village of Kirchstetten, home to the Kirchstetten Palace (Schloß Kirchstetten). A story concealed or perhaps a mystery?
Film – Kodak Elitechrome 100 and old Minolta SLR, June 2013
A larger version of this picture is here.
Kirchstetten is located just 17 km from Mikulov, Nikolsburg, where you or anyone interested in analog photography is welcome to stay at and explore countryside including Kirchstette itself.
apparently the wrong way
Kodak Ektachrome 100G
expired 2005, used June 2013, excellent
not far from Mikulov or old Nikolsburg
Tasma NK2 film and Zenit E, light in my St. Petersburg kitchen, a delight