Tom Kindermann

Tom Kindermann

Posted on 04/06/2009


Photo taken on April  6, 2009


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Leonce
Leonce
Hihi. Bin die eine Nacht nach Hause gegangen, es war dunkel. Ich seh nur wie ein Licht auf mich zukommt. Es war nicht der Himmel. Es war ebenfalls so ein Fahrrad ;-D Musste schmunzeln.
8 years ago.
Tom Kindermann has replied to Leonce
Ich kann mir vorstellen das das einer dieser momente im leben war die völlig irreal sind -
ich liebe sowas !!!!!
8 years ago.
soh has replied to Tom Kindermann
Das sieht man, Tom. Das Foto ist echt irreal, vor allem wenn das Aufnahmedatum stimmt.
8 years ago.
Tom Kindermann has replied to soh
Hihi, nee das aufnamedatum stimmt bei mir nie...ich bin zu faul das jedesmal zu ändern
8 years ago.
soh has replied to Tom Kindermann
kenn ick, kenn ick. Stimmt denn wenigstens das Aufnahmejahrhundert?
8 years ago.
Tom Kindermann has replied to soh
Äh, so ungefähr....
8 years ago.
Sabou
Sabou
J'aime beaucoup cet esprit vieielle carte postale, très beau !
8 years ago.
Tom Kindermann has replied to Sabou
Merci, Sabou ! :D
8 years ago.
Be Blog A Lula
Be Blog A Lula
Ha!!! que j'aime, que j'aime !
Superbe sépia !
8 years ago.
Tom Kindermann has replied to Be Blog A Lula
The nice thing with toning is...you never know what comes out...it´s always different... depending on the temperature, the dilution, the paper and lots of other thing...
I love the fact that there is always something beyond control in analogue photography...

Akira Kurosawa wrote something similar about film-making :

‘Altough the continuity for a film is all worked out in advance, that sequence may not necessarily be the most interesting way to shoot the picture. Things can happen without warning that produce a startling effect. When these can be incorporated in the film without upsetting the balance, the whole
becomes much more interesting. This process is similar to that of a pot being fired in a kiln. Ashes and other particles can fall onto the melted glaze during the firing and cause unpredictable but beautiful results. Similarity unplanned but interesting effects arise in the course of directing a movie, so I call them “kiln changes”.’
" On Directing" by Akira Kurosawa

These notes were published by Toho Company Ltd. in 1975 as advice to young people considering a career in filmmaking. They are taken from: Kurosawa, Akira. Something Like an Autobiography. Translated by audie E. Bock. Vintage Books, 1983.
8 years ago. Edited 8 years ago.
soh has replied to Tom Kindermann
That's it, your foto is an old silent movie. In the next scene enters Buster Keaton, takes the bike and rides away, but of course he slips and falls in the water.
8 years ago.
Tom Kindermann has replied to soh
:DDD
Actually I know a Buster Keaton film where he jumps from a bridge...one of his latest works, a film for the National Film Board of Canada, it´s called "The Railrodder "...hmmm... the film was made in the year i was born...Buster Keaton died a year later on my birthday...coincidence ?
8 years ago.