Thursday, September 6, 2012

1800 mètres


If someone were to ask me which is my favorite camera, I would have to say the Zenit.
For some reason, I shot only one roll in the Alps with it. Just got the photos back today, and they are so clearly my favorites!
It's not always what I expected but they all have this grain, a fogginess, a kind of magic and most importantly something I can relate to.
Somehow, they seem also less classic then the ones I shot with the Pentax.
This camera and I work well together. Well, at least, this is what I think;)

PS: there is a little part of me, or more precisely of my home on l'inventaireuse's blog

10 comments:

Hannah Bacalla said...

Beautiful pictures. I have seen photos with the Zenit and it truly has its charm. What film did you use on this set? <3

sweet road said...

I love film photography. I have never used a Zenit before, but I have always felt that film captures all the elements of real life the way a human eye sees it better than digital ever could. There is just no comparison.

Birdie said...

C'est beau !

Tracy said...

Magic fits these photos. Pure.

Christine said...

These photos remind me why I love film so much. You and this camera definitely work well together :)

iz said...

Film is so nostalgic about film. Totally irreplaceable. beautiful photographs.

medusa said...

love the way you see mountains.




ibb said...

They are different...the high mountain atmosphere...love your Zenit effect.

steph parke said...

Just beautiful. I'm curious what film you used. It's got such a lovely glow!

kristina - no penny for them said...

oh, i scrolled through these and thought: this must be the zenit. you very clearly have a special way with that camera - these are just gorgeous!