louvre museum paris photograph

The Louvre via. tunnel

Yashica Mat TLR Camera and Fuji NEOPAN 100 ISO Black and White film. I spent many hours over many different days – along this corridor that leads to the museum from outside the metro station Palais Royal Musée du Louvre – trying to make a photo like this one. The long corridor is forever resonating…

James Douglas Morrison at Père Lachaise.

James Douglas Morrison at Père Lachaise.

The mortal remains of James Douglas Morrison rest (in the grave) in front of the woman. Fuji GS645 Professional camera and Fuji NEOPAN 100 ISO 120mm film. Jim is the most visited man in the world. Perhaps. He wrote some fantastic poems. Love Street is my personal favourite. People flock to the cemetery at Père…

Change of crop!

Most oft, the impact that a photograph has on me is different from that it’d made on the previous occasion. Whilst traveling, I’d connect my flatbed film negative scanner to my Macbook and do low resolution scans. I’d post some of them on this blog. A few weeks ago, I had some of my film…

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Some photos need to be exhibited at large sizes. Like this one of a man, a tourist, probably, strolling along the second level of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The iconic buildings of the business centre, La Défense are seen in the background. I like it. It needs some further editing though. I have revised…

L’Ecole Militaire / La Tour Eiffel

Fuji GS645S Professional rangefinder camera and Kodak TMAX 100 ISO 120mm black and white film. I spent all of yesterday evening catching up with a couple of friends and gobbling down some Chicken Kozhi Porichathu and fried Rawas. Whilst the fish and chicken tasted fantastic, I’m rather disappointed to be back to drinking Kingfisher beer…