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  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine - Outtakes

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

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  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • Janine

    shared by poepel on 2016-02-10

    Canon EOS 3 - Kodak Portra 400 - dev&scan by www.meinfilmlab.de

  • #21000550

    shared by needle76 on 2016-02-10

    #krab #fall #xpro #biarritz #cenitz #sunset #surf #surfing #basquecountry #euskadi #baskcountry

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    shared by needle76 on 2016-02-10

    #krab #fall #xpro #biarritz #cenitz #sunset #surf #surfing #basquecountry #euskadi #baskcountry

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    shared by needle76 on 2016-02-10

    #krab #fall #xpro #biarritz #cenitz #sunset #surf #surfing #basquecountry #euskadi #baskcountry

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  • #21000570

    shared by needle76 on 2016-02-10

    #krab #fall #xpro #biarritz #cenitz #sunset #surf #surfing #basquecountry #euskadi #baskcountry

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

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  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

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  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

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  • Wacken Backstage

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-02-10

    Once upon a time I was a backstage reporter at the ultimate heavy metal festval of Wacken. We slept in nightliners and went straight to work. The intensity was great especially at their very own newcomer cpompetition Metal Battle. The Faroer and the Asian bands from HK and Japan were fierce: https://vimeo.com/108774165 https://vimeo.com/103330531

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    shared by jeansman on 2016-02-10

  • #21000546

    shared by needle76 on 2016-02-10

    #krab #fall #xpro #biarritz #cenitz #sunset #surf #surfing #basquecountry #euskadi #baskcountry

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