I am happy to share with you that I finally managed to select some of my favorite pictures and print them as a zine!
The zine is in A4 format (210x297mm) and contains both color and black and white photographs. It consists of 16 pages of images and all this on high quality paper (silk, 150gsm). If you wish to purchase your own copy for €10 just let me know.
Lately I focused more on taking analogue photos, but I still do take some shots with my DSLR. Not as much as before the lock down though, but below you can find a set of random photos I took over the past couple of months.
Sintra is beautiful. But way too packed with tourists and it was very difficult to find an empty street. I left the crazy old town center and as I often do, I kept walking without knowing where I’m heading. I captured only a handful of photos, guess I might need to go back in winter, when it’s not so busy over there.
This time I had a photo walk with Cristina – @cg_nebulae (black and white photos: @bnw_nebulae) and we went to Campo de Ourique. I’ve been there multiple times, but never with my camera and Cristina knows that area much better than me, so she showed me some interesting spots. Check them out below and let me know what you think in the comment 🙂
I spent a fun week in Warsaw, Poland in February and a part of the fun was street photography. Woke up early morning on Monday to capture people walking to work in the moody narrow streets of Warsaw Old Town covered in subtle rays of winter sun. It was warm that day for February – around 12 degrees Celsius, which was a nice surprise for me – summer lover!
Until early afternoon without rushing to any specific point I ended up with a decent amount of photos that I was happy with. All taken with my Canon 6D Mark II and 50mm f1.4 lens.
My partner in crime this time was Magda – @by.strangee – who I met via Instagram and she’s a real street photography lover. Make sure you pay a visit on her profile 😉