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Hi!
Just a short note on short notice, but for all of you in Germany, I'll be on the "Eifeler Buchmesse" tomorrow, not in a photo-related function, but instead presenting my books of various forms.
I'll also be ready from my novella anthology book "Verfluchte Eifel", starting at 15:45 according to schedule.
The official address is "Naturzentrum Eifel in Nettersheim", the fair is open from 11 to 18 o'clock and it's free ;)
Would enjoy to meet some of you there :)

As for dA-related stuff, there's more coming – promise! :)
Did you see the "Inspiration"-project? Personally I think it's gorgeous, but then again, I might be sliiiightly biased to my own work :D

See you tomorrow?
Cheers,
Thomas
  • Listening to: 30STM, plus some Nightwish
  • Reading: Stephen King – Nachtschicht
  • Watching: Haywire (liked it!) and \"Film Riot\" on Youtube
  • Playing: Nothing right now, to be honest. Lack of time.
  • Eating: I\'m leaning towards croissants
  • Drinking: English Breakfast Tea with milk
Analogous inspiration 2 of 2 by SeelederSchar
Analogous inspiration 2 of 2
This photo was taken as part of a small afternoon shooting. Inspired by a photograph of Audrey Hepburn that Bert Hardy took in Paris on July 7, 1956, we sort of aimed to recreate the mood, and the feeling it gave us. Two of these photos actually satisfied us as well, and thus, we decided to share them on here.
Along with the digital shots I already released here a while ago (simply called "Inspiration"), I also took some analogue photos, honoring the original in a way. The photos were taken with an old Zenit 122 and were shot using the new emulsion Agfa APX 100 black and white film.

And of course I am once more very, very grateful to my dear friend who posed in these, making the photos possible in the first place :)

And if you are curious, this was our inspiration (external link).
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Analogous inspiration 1 of 2 by SeelederSchar
Analogous inspiration 1 of 2
This photo was taken as part of a small afternoon shooting. Inspired by a photograph of Audrey Hepburn that Bert Hardy took in Paris on July 7, 1956, we sort of aimed to recreate the mood, and the feeling it gave us. Two of these photos actually satisfied us as well, and thus, we decided to share them on here.
Along with the digital shots I already released here a while ago (simply called "Inspiration"), I also took some analogue photos, honoring the original in a way. The photos were taken with an old Zenit 122 and were shot using the new emulsion Agfa APX 100 black and white film.

And of course I am once more very, very grateful to my dear friend who posed in these, making the photos possible in the first place :)

And if you are curious, this was our inspiration (external link).
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Inspiration 2 of 2 by SeelederSchar
Inspiration 2 of 2
This photo was taken as part of a small afternoon shooting. Inspired by a photograph of Audrey Hepburn that Bert Hardy took in Paris on July 7, 1956, we sort of aimed to recreate the mood, and the feeling it gave us. Two of these photos actually satisfied us as well, and thus, we decided to share them on here.
And of course I am grateful to my dear friend who posed in these, making the photos possible in the first place :)


As the meta data shows, this one was taken digitally. We also took analogue pics, but are as of now waiting for the developed film to return. Maybe there'll be more to share, maybe not.
And if you are curious, this was our inspiration (external link).
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Inspiration 1 of 2 by SeelederSchar
Inspiration 1 of 2
This photo was taken as part of a small afternoon shooting. Inspired by a photograph of Audrey Hepburn that Bert Hardy took in Paris on July 7, 1956, we sort of aimed to recreate the mood, and the feeling it gave us. Two of these photos actually satisfied us as well, and thus, we decided to share them on here.
And of course I am grateful to my dear friend who posed in these, making the photos possible in the first place :)


As the meta data shows, this one was taken digitally. We also took analogue pics, but are as of now waiting for the developed film to return. Maybe there'll be more to share, maybe not.
And if you are curious, this was our inspiration (external link).
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Hi!
Just a short note on short notice, but for all of you in Germany, I'll be on the "Eifeler Buchmesse" tomorrow, not in a photo-related function, but instead presenting my books of various forms.
I'll also be ready from my novella anthology book "Verfluchte Eifel", starting at 15:45 according to schedule.
The official address is "Naturzentrum Eifel in Nettersheim", the fair is open from 11 to 18 o'clock and it's free ;)
Would enjoy to meet some of you there :)

As for dA-related stuff, there's more coming – promise! :)
Did you see the "Inspiration"-project? Personally I think it's gorgeous, but then again, I might be sliiiightly biased to my own work :D

See you tomorrow?
Cheers,
Thomas
  • Listening to: 30STM, plus some Nightwish
  • Reading: Stephen King – Nachtschicht
  • Watching: Haywire (liked it!) and \"Film Riot\" on Youtube
  • Playing: Nothing right now, to be honest. Lack of time.
  • Eating: I\'m leaning towards croissants
  • Drinking: English Breakfast Tea with milk

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Thomas Michalski
Artist | Hobbyist | Photography
Germany
I guess you can call me a Jack of all trades, though I hope I'm no master of none. I take photos, I create photomanipulations. I write, I paint, I do oh so many things.

As for me personally, I'm currently living in Aachen in Germany. I studied the history of modern literature and philosophy, work as a journalist and as a literary editor. I've published a couple of books. I guess I am what you'd call an intellectual, but then again, I'm currently directing a no-budget amazon fantasy movie.

If you ask me what is the most important thing in my life, that one answer is actually easy: my friends.
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Thanks for the fav!
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SeelederSchar Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You're very welcome!
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Nahuask Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014
Many thanks :]
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SeelederSchar Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You're very welcome!
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Thanks for the visit! :)
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