I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. Another take of the cathedral window. This time I used a technique called "solarisation", wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solarisation Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.

I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. Another double exposure. It's part of the tower of the local cathedral. Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.

I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.

I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. The developer, obviously, was applied with a sponge. Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.

I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. Even though this is only a test srip, I think it's kind of interesting. By mistake, I, at first, misplaced the photographic paper, so that it faced the enlarger with the wrong side, leading to a double exposure. Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.

I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. I used a sponge and paper to apply the developer in order to get this sort of "spooky" or "gloomy" frame. Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.

I just found some of my very first pictures: They were taken with an almost antique analog SLR made in East Germany. I developed them over a couple of days in my former school's dark chamber. This one, in fact, is my very first photograph that I developed myself. Unfortunately, my scanner isn't that good, so all of the pictures lost a bit of their depth.