Jan 3, 2009

Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal, seen with a 8x10 inches Gandolfi Precision Camera


These images were made recently, using my 8x10 inches Gandolfi camera, loaded with Fomapan sheetfilm. To develop the negatives, on a Jobo CPP2 processor, I used Kodak D-76 or Adolux ATM 49 developers. I used an Epson Perfection 4990 to scan the negatives.
Sorry, I am not that good at scanning film...

Jan 2, 2009

Álvaro Siza - Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela

I think that I don't need to introduce Mr. Siza. He is a well-known and highly-regarded portuguese architect. He has several works around the globe, and I had the privilege of photographing several of them. I will post some of these photographs in a regular basis. For a start, I have choosed a work built in one of my prefered iberian towns: Santiago de Compostela.

Álvaro Siza, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela.

I made these images in 9x12 / 4x5 inches Kodak Ektachrome sheetfilm, using a Sinar f2 camera.

Mies van der Rohe - Neue National Galerie, Berlin

I think that my documentation of works by the late architect Mies van der Rohe, surely belongs to the most important work I have done in Architectural Photography. So, every now and then, I will post some of the photographs I made of his buildings. It is my intention, to show them the best way that I can for you to enjoy them. Please respect my copyrights and don't use them without my permission.

Mies van der Rohe, Neue National Galery, Berlin.

These photographs were made in 8x10 inches Kodak Ektachrome film, using a Gandolfi Precision Camera, with various Rodenstock and Schneider large format lenses. I used a Gitzo tripod and a Gossen Lightmeter.