When I documented the ArtstreetHBG streetartfestival I mainly shot film. But sometimes I did actally turn the wheel on my Canon from video to photography and ended up with a few shots I really came to like. These are some of my favourites.
Ilse Weisfelt is a Dutch illustrator who also paints massive murals since her graphic shapes and clean style works well on a large scale. This interview was made for the ArtstreetHBG project and if you’re interested in how I set up and planned the whole interview (tech-wise and editing) you can read about it here.
I just posted the photos I’ve been editing for quite some time since I came back from a day out in Helsingör (DK). The goal was to explore four more or less abandoned places; a home, a bowling alley, a hospital and an old museum. The photos that moved me the most came from the first to spots I mentioned. You can see all the photos in my portfolio here.
Just some quick seaside snaps from Råå (Helsingborg, Sweden) – went pretty hard on the sliders as far as contrast goes.