Some summer memories from the Stockholm archipelago

Working with black and white film by the water gives me always a kind of meditative feeling. A sort of spiritual calm.

Hasselblad 503 CX
Kodak T-Max 100 TMX
Kodak T-Max dev 1:4

It may sound strange because I do not see the images in connection with my shooting. But I know how I want to portray the moments, and already then I feel the clean, fresh feeling that I later get when I see my final image. Clean, pure and sensuously calm.

Hasselblad 503 CX
Kodak T-Max 100 TMX
Kodak T-Max dev 1:4

The stones, cliffs, sea and sky, all so down to earth and peaceful for me when the color is gone, replaced with a beautiful gray scale.

Hasselblad 503 CX
Kodak T-Max 100 TMX
Kodak T-Max dev 1:4

Therapy for the soul. Feel the scents. Hear the surging sea. Enjoy!

Hasselblad 503 CX
Kodak T-Max 100 TMX
Kodak T-Max dev 1:4

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19 thoughts on “Some summer memories from the Stockholm archipelago

  1. simply. beautiful. thank you for sharing and describing what you felt at the time. Helpful for me to understand the connection between feelings and film.

    • Thank you Renee!
      Well, these are my feelings, and film is my choise for my artistic expression, and I guess every one with a creative mind has feelings for their choosen media, whether it is paint, yarn, wood, or whatever you choose, so it s very personal.

  2. Just beautiful–these are so perfect on black and white film. I have always really liked tmax 100–

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