11. January 2012

the difference is why

the second post for the new year…. the weather was crazy… from storm to sun within minutes… I was changing my shutter time a lot … from 1/30s to 1/2000s… but the real surprise for me was the model… I could hardly believe how pretty she was! I found her portfolio on modelmayhem when doing my “half-yearly- search” for new and interesting models in Belgium… I thought she was very pretty and contacted her… she was so much more pretty in real life – I am not sure I managed to capture it properly… 🙂

…did I mention before how gorgeous light reflects on dark skin?

Nikon FM3A  / Kodak Tri-x
Contax 645 / Kodak Portra 400 … and some Tri-X

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Remarkable! Its really awesome article, I have got much clear idea regarding from this piece of writing.


Lovely set of images once again. I was just wondering which lenses you use with your Contax 645?

Beautiful stuff




You know… you play in a league where I will never be. But I still think you should know what I was thinking when looking at this set. I follow you already for a long time. I did some comments on my favorite sets. And I agree with Adrian. This set is the worst set on your page (at least in my opinion). The previous set “broken drum” was very interesting. Each picture captured the visitor…for a few seconds…. but this set is more like a click through and stopping to click after a few…clicks.

Beim betrachten dieser Bilder kam mir der gleiche Eindruck wie Adrian. Der Gesichtsausdruck des models wirkt auf allen Bilder gleich emotionslos. Das, was Deine Bilder sonst ausmachen, das Zusammenspiel zwischen model und Fotograf, fehlt meiner Meinung nach hier.
Was ich bei den letzten shootings vermisse, ist die “klasse” der älteren shootings, vor allem mit Großformatkamera. Das betrifft nicht nur die Bildqualität selbst, sondern auch die Beziehung, die sich durch die “langsame” Arbeitsweise zum model aufbaut.

Bitte diese Kritik nicht falsch verstehen. Du hast die Messlatte selbst sehr hoch gelegt und ich bewundere deine Arbeiten.

LG Andreas

Nice set Jan. I really liked the wider shots showing off the model in her environment. Well done,

Very well done Jan!!!!! congrats.

Something about image #15 is very captivating. Looks like it could be a still from a movie. Love it!

Images 26 and 30 are gorgeous. The rest are wonderful too but these 2 stand out for the comp and light. Already looking forward to next post:-)

Eine wunderschöne Frau …
Besonders die Portraits von ihrem schönen Gesicht gefallen mir sehr .

Sie hat eine unheimliche Ausstrahlung und auf den s/w Bildern hat ihre Hautfarbe eine wundervolle Wiedergabe .

Sehr schönes Shooting mit ihr .

LG Marcel

This is my first comment on your site. I’ve been following your work for a couple of months now. I’m not a profesional photographer, rader an enthusiast with a bunch of film cameras. Also, I sense that digital is not capturing the vibes and the beauty of natural things like the film. My feelings on this set is not very favorable. I think its your worse set. Something is missing… you know that emotion between the photographer and the subject. I think you tried different angles that are now very know by general public. Regards…

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