18 years

I was watching Joel Grimes video about his one light portrait setup and since my son just turned 18 we gave it a try. I usually like to shoot portraits with a long lens but the wide-angle seems to work too. This could be especially handy on the road in small places. Just light, beauty dish and a black sheet.


Back to the dark. I don’t get bored to photograph this vintage Kalloflex camera. It’s just so photogenic…

Furure Ahead

I don’t usually do graduation pictures but since I was helping Markku to take one I thought that I grab one myself too. I wanted to include a bit of a story to the image like I usually do and since he is going to study physics I added some formulas to the wall which I made with a sharpie on a white paper and added in post.

Three Cameras

Soviet Gomz Fotokor-1 camera photographed through Kalloflex K2 with Nikon D800. Cinefoil was there to get rid of the reflections, outer parts of the kalloflex were photographed without it.

All Good Things Come to an End

Just wanted to photograph something…

Ticking of the old clock is getting louder and I realize that the time is running out. I look at the last leaves and it seems that they have withered a long time ago. Light, something is happening to it, it’s fading. Is this the end? This always felt to be so far away, but as they say, all good things come to an end. I feel irresistible need to lay down to the cold floor and finally surrender to the strange warm that is surrounding me…

Male Portraits

We had a male portrait day at the studio. Original plan was to photograph Jan-Peter’s new tattoo but couple of camera club members joined us at the studio and I managed to capture one additional portrait as well.