I can't avoid it, I love to photograph architecture.
Champalimaud Center for the Unknown is research center for cancer, created by the Champalimaud Foundation. Two oval buildings and a huge pedestrian pathway that leads to the river Tejo (Tagus) make this beautiful complex and some parts of it are open to the public.
The autumn afternoon I went there with my father and my boyfriend was a sunny one, with that magical Lisbon light. There were many people there, strolling around, relaxing by the river or riding bicycles and segways
I took my Holga 120N already loaded with a Kodak Ektachrome 100 VS that I cross-processed.
I specially love to photograph architecture with the Horizon Kompakt, it’s always a fresh view over the buildings. Yes, it can distort the subjects that are very close – and I love it! First, I ended the Lomography Redscale XR I had on it.
Then, I loaded a Fuji Velvia 50 that I’ve decided to process E6. I was curious to see the results on regular processed slide films and I think my Horizon tends to overexpose pictures, so I gave a try on a low ISO film. I think it was a good idea, what do you think?