a foggy morning at the central cemetery in vienna

this morning me and a colleague from my photography class got up early to take some pictures at the central cemetery (zentralfriedhof) in vienna. the cemetery itself is huge and is divided into several different parts. today we were at the soldier part and at the old jewish part. we were hoping to see some deer and we were lucky, but couldn’t get close, the animals were very shy…

soldier cemetery:

old jewish cemetery:

bratislava part 2

around two months ago i was in bratislava with my boyfriend for one day, i already shared some pitures of our trip with you.
when i went to the lab last week, i didn’t know i still had some pictures of this trip on my black & white film and was pretty surprised about it, so i thought i would like to share them with you. and also because i’m very happy with the pictures i got, the black and white ones are, in my opinion, much nicer than those of the colour negative film.

bratislava seen through the diana

in may me and my bofriend were in bratislava for one day. it’s very close to vienna, so a one-day-visit is worth a travel. this time i left my nikon at home and took the diana and a black & white lomo-film with me. here you can see what came out of it.

weekly photo challenge: companionable

kira, the dog was my companion for the last week, i took care of her while her owner was away on a festival in hungary.
thanks a lot to bernhard for entrusting your beauty to me.

we had a really good time with lots of walks and ball-playing and i got used to having a dog faster than i thought. it’s great to have a loyal companion on your side, she brought a lot of joy into my life and i have to admit i really miss her.
i wanted to take more outside-pictures of her but unfortunately my camera is STILL under repair, so i took some shots with the diana, i’m very curious about the results!

me and the darkroom

in the context of my photography course i had a darkroom workshop a few weeks ago. i was fascinated immediately, so me and some of my course colleagues went to the darkroom one more time… and here’s what came out of it. the film i processed was a black & white lomo film, shot some time in winter with my lomo fisheye. i think some of the pictures turned out quite nice, other ones can be improved for sure.
i’m planning to go back to the darkroom soon (we can use the darkroom of the photography school), but next time i will try to process a diana-medium-format-film :)
as i’m not experienced at all with all the darkroom-work, i would be happy about any kind of feedback here :)