Foto: Krijn Soeteman Date: April 6, 2015 Camera: Canon 6D, EF 50mm F/1.8 II I used this header for the site for approximately six months, until October 2015. View Larger Map
Foto: Krijn Soeteman Date: November 3, 2014 Camera: Canon 6D, EF 24-105mm F/4.0 I used this header for the site for approximately six months, until from November 2014 until April 2015. View Larger Map
Foto: Krijn Soeteman Date: March 2014 Camera: Kodak Brownie Hawkeye model 2 I used this header for the site for approximately seven months, until November 4, 2014. The Brownie has…
Tracks of the Amsterdam Electric Museum Tram.
Camera: Agfa Rekord II
This picture shows the Beeld en Geluid- building in the media city Hilversum. Shot in the 2012 Winter from the rooftop of the VPRO-building.
After the standard WordPress Twenty Ten-theme just broke down with the latest update, I decided updating to Twenty Thirteen might be a good plan. But, of course, the header size is different…
This roll film picture was shot using an Agfa Rekord II.
Set on the seventh platform on Utrecht Central Station. Somewhere in 2011 during the big renovation. Right now this platform has a new roof covered in Solar cells. I am not sure which Polaroid camera I used here. It may be the SX-70 folding camera or the 660 autofocus.
This photo, shot using a (1927?) Kodak Brownie No. 2 Hawk-Eye Model B, shows the entrance of a small industrial zone in the middle of the Amsterdam Zuid area, just behind the Haarlemmermeerstation.
This cropped image shows the Toronto Bridge in Amsterdam.
I took this photo using a Venaret box style camera, build somewhere around 1949. It was a Dutch brand, originating in Amsterdam and using 120 film.
I use different headers every now and then. The initial plan was to change them every two weeks, but that didn’t happen.
They’re usually crops from personal photographs. I am not one hundred percent sure if they’re in the correct order… But that’s not very important I think ;)
Photo taken somewhere late 2010, early 2011, with a Kodak Brownie No. 2 Hawkeye Model B (no, EXIF data didn’t exist in the late 1920’s)