Saturday, 28 August 2010

Sainted Maries de la Mer

South of France by Lomo Kompakt.
WE went to Arles, France for the Les Rencontres d'Arles photo festival.
I took part in the portfolio review (waste of money, honestly). Rest of the time we drunk Stella, Rose, photographed Arles famous white horses and chilled by the beach.

South of France by Lomo Kompakt.

Thursday, 26 August 2010


more HORIZON panoramic shots from UK paradise land.
100% analogue, Kodak pro Foto 100 film.

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Lomography prizes

Just get my Lomographic goodies. Emptied up £105 worth piggy bank. Those piggy pounds have accumulated in the past 3 months for the different photo contests I have won and Lomo Locations I have submitted.
1) case for Lomo Kompakt camera.
2) flash fro LCA or Diana cameras.
3) lomography tea set.

VICE blogging network!

My blog is a part of Vice magazine's blogging network now!

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Lake District

Marvelous landscapes of the United Kingdom.
Photos on Horizon panoramic film camera.

Monday, 23 August 2010

Le Circle

I was asked to photograph a very nice French cuisine restaurant called Le Circle.
It is based near Sloan square in London.
Apart from digital shots, I decided to take few Horizon panoramic shots.

1 Wilbraham Place

Friday, 20 August 2010

Dalston market, Ridley road

Dalston is the new big thing they say. Olympics 2012 are getting closer and closer and transport of London finally did a great job (after 2 years of torturing us with East London line’s closer)- they almost finished East London Overground. It suddenly became so easy to move around and many new places are yet to be discovered. And, this new rail service has air conditioning!

Dalston- former village found around 1742, changed its rural landscapes for the urban shapes in 19th century. Now Babylonian mixture of everyone and everything. And the Ridley Road market is its perfect showcase. Here you can buy ridiculously cheap fruits and veggies, fresh fish from the street vendors and meat from many butchers; you can also buy reggae CDs, hair extensions, fake watches and fragrances, frying pans, Bob Marley portraits, £1 nail varnish, 6 avocados per £1,ready made curtains and other things you might need for your household.

It is very crowdy and you have to be patient because it is very popular with locals looking for a bargain.

Even if you don’t need anything- perfect place to learn about people of different cultures and to make Magnum worth lomographs about this amazing melting pot.

Thursday, 5 August 2010

FIB 2010


I was commissioned by Durex and Lomography Spain to photograph everyone and everything at Benicassim festival using Diana Mini camera (35 mm which makes square images).